Iceland’s star of the UFC is set to fight the country’s stars of computer game development in a bizarre, possibly bloody, sporting spectacle.
With the Icelandic airport workers’ dispute still unresolved, there is more potential bad news for air passengers as Icelandair pilots prepare for an overtime ban and possible strike action.
326,340 people were living in Iceland at the end of the first quarter of 2014, including 163,660 males and 162,680 females.
A continuing dispute between the Icelandic state and staff of Isavia, the country’s airports and air navigation service, means more strike action and flight delays this morning.
Vilborg Arna Gissurardóttir, one of two Icelanders at Everest Base Camp, says she cannot justify continuing her quest for the summit under the circumstances.
Icelandic nature is the subject of a new photographic exhibition in France, but it is causing surprise and concern.