Lobster stocks around Iceland’s coast are so low a fishing ban is not out of the question.
News 2018 - April
Sindri Þór Stefánsson, part of a large-scale robbery of computers fitted for Bitcoin mining, has fled from an open prison to Sweden via an airplane. An international arrest warrant has been issued for him.
The Immigration and Asylum Appeals Board harshly criticized the Directorate of Immigration on their decision to deport an asylum seeker last October.
Former Prime Minister Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson paid one man over ISK 1 million to set up websites in support of him and gather information on journalists criticizing him.
The Icelandic Food and Veterinary Authority (MAST) has shut down Dalsmynni dog breeding farm in North Iceland.
Iceland approved a NATO declaration expressing full support for the air strikes in Syria carried out by the US, UK, and France.
The lamppost charging stations are one of the proposals put forth as part of the city’s energy alternatives in transportation initiative, which is being undertaken with utility company Reykjavík Energy.