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Denmark closes airspace and busy shipping lane following missile malfunction

In Denmark, a failed test has led to the closure of part of its airspace and one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, the Great Belt strait. The National Maritime Authority issued a warning to ships not to sail through the strait after a navy vessel close to the Danish coast failed a mandatory test on its missile launcher.

The military stated that the problem occurred during a routine exercise where the launcher could not be deactivated. This posed a risk as the missile could potentially fire and fly several kilometers away until it was deactivated. The police were also informed and ships were asked to wait until the problem was resolved.

The warning covered an area of 5-7 kilometers around the Great Belt bridge, but the bridge remained open to traffic. Specialists were deployed to investigate and resolve the issue. More information will be provided on this breaking news story as it develops.

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