Denmark’s prime minister ‘pushed’ in attack

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Denmark’s prime minister Mette Frederiksen has been attacked in central Copenhagen.

Ms Frederiksen was in shock after being hit by someone, the Danish news agency Ritzau said, citing the police and the prime minister’s office.

A man has been arrested. It is unclear whether the PM has been left injured by the attack.

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