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Iceland fined for display of Palestinian flags during Eurovision final
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Okjökull was the first Icelandic glacier to lose its status due to climate change.
Residents paint street in colours of rainbow flag for Reykjavik Pride
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First glacier to disappear in Iceland will be marked with memorial
This is the site of Iceland's first ex-glacier.
Watch: Iceland's melting park fights for World Heritage Status
The area is so unlike anything else on earth that it has been used as a case study by astronauts.
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Iceland gives tap water luxury branding
The country's tourism board wants to put a stop to the flow of plastic bottles into the ocean.
Iceland's Hatari raises Palestinian flags during Eurovision results
Iceland's punk rock band Hatari controversially raised scarves showing Palestinian flags during the announcement of their results in Eurovision 2019, which took place in Tel Aviv making it the first time Israel hosted the event in 20 years.
Glacier collapse sends large wave towards shore
A glacier collapse sent a large wave towards the shores of Iceland on Sunday, March 31.
Watch: Tourists flee large wave after Icelandic glacier collapse
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Wow Air goes bust, leaves passengers stranded across two continents
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Northern Lights-seekers putting own lives at risk, say Iceland police
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Iceland has 'dire need' for infrastructure reforms, PM
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