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Hundreds gathered outside the Russian embassy in Reykjavík this morning, to sing in support of Ukraine. The haunting music outside was met with silence from within.
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Three men arrested after homemade bomb found in Reykjavík bin
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Iceland's coalition agrees to govern for four more years
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How Iceland’s unique nature is making it a hotbed for green innovation
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Iceland's coalition government set to retain power after election
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This plant captures CO2 from the air to 'reverse' climate change
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The volcano on Fagradalsfjall is still Iceland's hottest attraction
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Iceland's football association resigns after sexual assault scandal
The Icelandic Football Association's entire executive committee has resigned after they were accused of covering up sexual assault allegations involving an international player.
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Could a four-day week pave the way towards a more sustainable future?
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Iceland’s shorter working week trial changes country’s working habits
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Spectators flock to see erupting Icelandic volcano
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