Fiery destruction of Copenhagen narrowly averted:
Canada and Denmark have reached a tentative agreement on where to set the boundary between the two countries in the Lincoln Sea.
The body of water is in the Arctic Ocean just north of Ellesmere Island and Greenland.
The tentative agreement builds on a 1973 treaty which established the maritime boundary between the two countries. That treaty, however, did not include the Lincoln Sea because of technical differences over how the line should be determined.