Things have calmed considerably since Geldingadalsgos erupted at around 21:40 Icelandic time last night, and a better understanding of the situation in the light of day has formed.
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Friends and supporters of Uhunoma Osayomore, a human trafficking survivor facing deportation from Iceland, gave Minister of Justice Áslaug Arna Sigurbjörnsdóttir a petition of over 45,000 signatures urging Icelandic authorities to grant him protection, Vísir reports.