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Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt (C) presents her new government at Amalienborg in Copenhagen on February 3, 2014: From left: Minister for Transportation, Magnus Heunicke, Minister for Education, Sofie Carsten Nielsen, Minister of Justice, Karen Haekkerup, Minister for Business and Growth, Henrik Sass Larsen, Minister for Social, Equality, Integration and Children's Affairs, Manu Sareen, Minister for Trade and Development, Mogens Jensen, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Martin Lidegaard, Minister for Housing, Urban, Rural and Nordic Cooperation, Carsten Hansen, Prime Minister Helle Thorning -Schmidt, Minister for Taxation, Morten OEstergaard, Minister for Climate and Energy, Rasmus Petersen, Minister for Economy and Interior, Margrethe Vestager, Minister for Finance, Bjarne Corydon, Minister for Employment, Mette Frederiksen, Minister for Health, Nick Haekkerup, Minister for Defense, Nicolai Wammen, Minister for Education, Christine Antorini, Minister for Church and Culture, Marianne Jelved, Minister for Environment, Kirsten Brosboell pictured in front of the Royal Palace Amalienborg. Denmark's prime minister announced a sweeping cabinet reshuffle after her coalition collapsed over a deal involving US investment bank Goldman Sachs. Editor's Note: Minister for Food, Dan Joergensen, not present
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03 Feb 2014
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