A woman in her thirties has been arrested by police, suspected of starting a fire in an apartment building in Reykjanesbær yesterday morning.
News 2016 - December
Support for the Left-Green Movement has increased by 5 percent since the October 29 parliamentary election in Iceland.
Next year, the Iceland Airwaves Music Festival will be held in Akureyri, North Iceland, in addition to Reykjavík.
Two individuals have been arrested by police, suspected of having held a man captive in a Reykjavík apartment.
Independence Party Leader Bjarni Benediktsson and Left-Green Leader Katrín Jakobsdóttir have decided not to start formal coalition negotiations.
The Reykjavík Public Health Authority has temporarily halted the operations of the recycling company Hringrás in Reykjavík, after a fire erupted there on Tuesday night.
The Suðurnes Police are looking for witnesses in relation to this morning’s fire in Reykjanesbær, Southwest Iceland, after which eight people were hospitalized.
Eight people were brought to the Suðurnes Hospital and Health Center this morning, believed to be suffering from smoke inhalation.