Three bombs were thrown onto the track at the World Outgames in Copenhagen yesterday. No one was killed, but one runner was injured:

Less than a day after spending four hours having shrapnel surgically removed from his right hand following a bomb attack, Koga took his place Wednesday on the blue-colored lanes under partly cloudy skies, his right hand bandaged, shook off the memories of what had happened and won a gold medal in his age group in the men's 200 meters.

It followed another open attack:

Police said they were holding two Danish men, ages 28 and 33, after witnesses said they saw the two men yell "homo pig" before beating and kicking the World Outgames visitors after Saturday’s opening.

This is in tolerant Denmark. Bruce Bawer is onto something.

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