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COPENHAGEN: Danish authorities said Saturday that an attack on Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen, which she said left her “shaken” but “fine,” was not thought to be politically motivated.

A 39-year-old Polish man, apprehended after hitting the prime minister on Friday evening on a Copenhagen square, was remanded in custody until June 20 after appearing before a court in the Danish capital, prosecutor Taruh Sekeroglu told reporters.
“It is not our guiding… hypothesis that there is a political motive here. But that is something that the police of course will investigate,” Sekeroglu said.
Sekeroglu said the man was suspected of violence against a public servant and deemed a flight risk.
In a post on social media platform Instagram on Saturday evening, the head of government said she needed “peace and quiet.”
“I am saddened and shaken by the incident yesterday, but otherwise I am fine,” said Frederiksen, 46.
She thanked people for the “many, many, many messages of…


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