A man in his early forties was found dead in his apartment in Reykjavík on Friday. It’s believed that he may have been dead for two months. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.
Fisheries Iceland, the association of fisheries companies in Iceland, demand that fish processing companies which don’t fulfill safety regulations make immediate improvements. While accidents at sea have decreased significantly, accidents in fish processing are up by 70 percent in the past five...
When Geir Ola Korsnes from Tofterøy in Sund near Bergen in West Norway found his boat smashed up by a storm, he also found a plastic bottle with a letter inside. The letter had been written by 11-year-old Björgvin Matthías from Skagaströnd in North Iceland on April 1, 1999.
UNICEF in Iceland and Fatímusjóðurinn have raised ISK 20 million (USD 147,000, EUR 135,000) for the education of Syrian refugee children. The money will be used to run a center for information education for 350 children in Jordan.
It’s debatable whether the goal of counteracting the pornification of breasts and making naked breasts less of a taboo will be achieved by women walking around topless and posting pictures of their exposed breasts on the internet, as Icelandic feminists did this week as part of the #...
Icelandic airlines Icelandair and WOWair have decided to tighten flight deck rules following revelations that Tuesday’s air disaster in the French Alps was the result of the co-pilot locking the captain out of the cockpit and intentionally causing the plane to crash.
A foreign tourist died in a traffic accident on the Ring Road in South Iceland, west of Kirkjubæjarklaustur, between 9 and 10 am this morning. It appears as if the driver lost control of the vehicle due to the poor road conditions, resulting in the car overturning.
A group of Afghan women living in Iceland organized a peace gathering in Hljómskálagarðurinn park in Reykjavík on Tuesday to honor the memory of Farkhunda, a young woman who was brutally murdered by a mob in Kabul last week after being wrongly accused of burning the Koran.
Actor, comedian and former Reykjavík mayor Jón Gnarr has ended his 30-year fight to have his name legally changed from Jón Gunnar Kristinsson to Jón Gnarr.