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Small nation or not, Iceland wants to help Ukraine defend Europe, too
Although one of Europe's smallest countries and far from Ukraine, Iceland has made extensive efforts to help in Kyiv's fight against Russia's full-scale invasion, David Kirichenko writes.
Icelandic officials warn of dangerous gases near erupting volcano
Iceland's meteorological office warns of dangerous gases as it urges people to stay away from an erupting volcano near the capital, Reykjavik.
Volcano near Iceland's capital erupts for third time in two years
A volcano near Iceland's capital, Reykjavik, has erupted for the third time in two years, but officials say there is no immediate danger to people or flights from the city.
Iceland cancels whaling season on animal welfare grounds
Iceland has suspended whaling for three months as support for the controversial practice drops.
Here’s why Iceland is our Green country of the month
This country has become a world leader in geothermal technology and produces one of the highest amounts of green energy per person in the world.
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Will Russia’s Shiveluch volcano eruption impact flights?
What travellers need to know about this Shiveluch volcano eruption in Russia.
What are Europe's cheapest holiday destinations in 2023?
As the cost of living continues to surge, holidays are getting more expensive. But these locations won't break the bank.
These are Europe's best - and worst - tourist attractions
The world’s best tourist attraction lies in eastern Europe, new data reveals.
Watch visitors slide down into the unreal blue of Iceland’s ice caves
Hundreds of tourists flock to Iceland’s amazing ice caves every winter - but how long will the natural wonders last?
WATCH: Tourists flock to the Black Diamond cave in Iceland
Tourists flock to visit the Black Diamond cave in southeast Iceland.
Access all areas: Meet the man building 1600 ramps in Iceland
Haraldur þorleifsson has made it his mission to build ramps all across Iceland to allow people with physical disabilities to access local businesses.
Icelandic gallery hosts first ever Pussy Riot exhibition
The first Pussy Riot retrospective, on display in Reykjavik since November 24, sheds light on a decade of the groups' activism against Russian state repression.
Which are the safest countries to travel in Europe?
Traveller surveys, the Global Peace Index and US travel advice were pooled to make up this list of Europe's safest countries.
Watch: Roads are snowy all over Iceland
Despite the driving conditions, many tourists had already made their way to Seljalandsfoss on Christmas day and had parked their rental cars on the side of the highway so that the second lane was closed.
'Triangle of Sadness' director on the madness of modern addictions
Award-winning director of 'Triangle of Sadness' Ruben Östlund on absurdity and the madness of modern addictions
Road to Iceland airport reopens but hundreds of travellers still stuck
Hundreds of travellers have been left stranded at Keflavik Airport after all international flights were cancelled due to severe weather.
Iceland: hundreds stranded amid extreme weather
Hundreds of travellers were left stranded at Keflavik Airport on Tuesday, some having had flights cancelled on Monday because of extreme weather.
Iceland's festive traditions and why they've stood the test of time
Icelandic festive traditions centre around the mischievous Yule Lads and their truly terrifying troll witch mother.
Iceland Prime Minister finds creating crime pays in debut novel
Can politicians really be creative? Iceland Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir on her debut crime thriller, gender parity and embracing one's creative drive