Diplomatic dust-ups with Denmark—a longtime ally—over a region that already has a U.S. military presence only serves to undermine U.S. interests.
A former Danish prime minister on Thursday lashed out at U.S. President Donald Trump for his tweet about military spending.
Danish police on Thursday arrested four people suspected of having joined the Islamic State group with the intention of committing terror.
Denmark is getting ready to send warplanes and troops, including special forces, to Syria and Iraq to help fight the Islamic State.
France's president says discussions about a political transition in Syria will "accelerate" with the cease-fire that has held for a week across the war-wracked country.