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Football fans at Ingólfstorg.

Icelandic Celebration in Pictures

Thousands of people watched Iceland vs. Portugal outside on a big screen at Ingólfstorg square in downtown Reykjavík yesterday. Iceland Review editor and photographer Páll Stefánsson was also there to take some snapshots, catching the atmosphere.

Trash in Hornstrandir.

Police Question Hornstrandir Vandals

The West Fjords police have questioned witnesses and some of the individuals suspected of having vandalized nature reserve Hornstrandir the first weekend in June. Vegetation had been scorched, animals shot, a seal left skinned on the beach and an emergency shelter trashed.

Sigurður Ingi Johannsson.

Icelandic PM Shocked by Orlando Shooting

Prime Minister of Iceland Sigurður Ingi Jóhannesson declared yesterday that he is in shock over the hatred Omar Mateen must have felt when he brutally attacked and killed innocent people in a gay nightclub in Orlando early yesterday morning. Fifty people were killed and 53 injured.

Icelandic women's national football team 2015.

Iceland’s Football Women Half-Way to Euro Cup

After beating Macedonia 8-0 at Laugardalsvöllur stadium in Reykjavík on Tuesday and not having lost any of their six games in the qualifying round—boasting a score of 29-0— the Icelandic national team in women’s football sits on top of group 1 and is likely to qualify for the UEFA Women’s Euro...

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