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Scottish professional Steven Lennon will remember his hat-trick in the Icelandic premier league this weekend for a long time.
Nationalism seems to be on the rise in Iceland today. People talk much about the so-called national culture, and cite history.
Iceland's former prime and foreign minister Halldór Ásgrímsson has died at the age of 67.
Today you have the chance to watch a new kind of reality TV when the Icelandic National Broadcasting Service, RÚV,
Alda Women in a 8 page spread in Glamour Iceland
Sometimes Icelanders have been honored in other countries by something being named after us, our country, places in Iceland, or even famous Icelanders.
The latest national polls in Iceland show an unprecedented 30,1 per cent support for The Icelandic Pirate Party.
"This has a great significance for them“
Ten thousand workers in Iceland go on strike at noon tomorrow. Severe effect is expected on all tourism, fish industry, meat processing and more lines of work.
For the last few weeks I have been working hard at finishing the third, and last, volume of my trilogy of youth memoirs.
"Good Morning America and ABC News have already contacted me," says Óskar Örn Arnarson.
Icelanders celebrate the First Day of Summer this Thursday. As is so often the case there won't be much summer-esque on the annual public holiday.
Inga Audbjorg Kristjansdottir proposed to Icelandic member of Parliament Helgi Hrafn Gunnarsson by arranging a flashmob during their trip to Germany earlier this month.
I am very interested in the so-called “Icelandic national culture”.
You can hear a great performance by María Ólafs when she sings the winning song from Eurovision 2012, Loreen's Euphoria.
Fans of Iceland have a chance of a lifetime if they can come up with 200,000 USD.
Two Norwegian veterinarians say that a greater proportion of fin whales die instantly than measurement of the time of death of whales in Norway shows.
"Last week was pretty historic in my life. As I now have an American ID number, I decided to try to apply for a change of name in a court of law here in Houston."
Former strongest man in the world and weight-lifter Magnús Ver Magnússon has claimed the Icelandic state for damages, amounting to about ten million Icelandic kronas for unlawful wrongdoing.