More than 10,000 protesters gathered in front of Iceland's Parliament to call for Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson to resign
A poll in March showed the political group is now Iceland’s biggest with 37 percent of voters backing it
Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson faces calls for a snap election after it was revealed he co-owned an offshore company
Mr Gunnlaugsson has said no rules were broken and denied that he or is wife had benefited financially from his conduct
Iceland is going on a tourism offensive, creating a series of videos to ensure visitors have a smooth trip – especially in the hot tub.
Icelandair is offering its transiting passengers the chance to hang out with its employees
One holiday, three ways
An abundance of natural wonders, cool, colourful cities and breathtaking scenery make Iceland a fascinating holiday spot, says Nanna Gunnarsdóttir
Students are also not told what type swimming gear they must wear
Policies include direct democracy, new banking structures and looser drug laws
For the past 10 winters, the 56-year-old has stood for hours each day in the heart of these frozen caves, waiting for the light to shine through
Gallico's haunting tale of love and loss on the desolate Essex marshes lingers in the mind
This determination to hold people to account for actions that caused intense financial misery contrasts strongly with Britain
Where to go and what to know
Sportswear brands are slowly revealing what Europe's top football nations will be wearing at Euro 2016
Place names are almost never changed for the better. David Head was taken by the Despotate of Epirus, a medieval state in Albania and western Greece. But, partly because it's why I know them, I restricted this list to countries that have issued postage stamps.