Bed bugs, the parasitic insects that feed primarily on human blood, have now settled in Iceland, according to exterminator Steinar Marberg Egilsson.
News 2017 - September
The Icelandic Immigration and Asylum Appeals Board has confirmed the Directorate of Immigration's decision to deport an eleven-year old Afghan girl and her disabled father, basing it on the Dublin Regulation.
Natural pools, found all over the Westfjords in Iceland, contain a large number of germs that originate in human stool.
Foreign film production in Iceland has been slowing down, due to the Icelandic Króna currency getting stronger.
Icelandic Minister of Social Affairs, Þorsteinn Víglundsson, wrote a lengthy post on his Facebook profile, discussing the matter of refugees. The post delves into the arguments used by those who are against taking in more refugees, due to it preventing Iceland from improving pensions for the...
Drilling deep into the volcanic island Surtsey, close to Westman Islands located near South Iceland, has become very successful.
Over 400 meter (1312 feet) wide holes have formed in Vatnajökull, Iceland's largest glacier. This is near the Bárðarbunga area, which had a volcanic eruption between 2014 and 2015.
The walking trail behind Seljalandsfoss waterfall has been closed over the weekend due to falling rocks. It's not clear as of yet when exactly it will open again.