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Pensioner deploys packet of cured pork in fending off thief
As Reykjavik's young creatives are decamping to remote East Iceland, direct flights from the UK are opening it up to British visitors
'Government policy seems to be to send these people away as if they were on a conveyor belt,' says Vicar Kristin Thorunn Tomasdottir
There have been a number of violent incidents during the tournament
The Pirate Party, founded by a group of activists, poets and hackers in 2012, is now polling at 29.9 per cent
'Carbon capture can contribute significantly to reducing carbon dioxide emissions'
We are now further away from world peace than at any time in the past 10 years - and it’s creating a global ‘peace inequality’ gap
Get ready to be amazed
The Progressive Party's Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson has stood down as Prime Minister for an 'unspecified amount of time'
The Progressive Party and the Independence Party agreed during talks on Wednesday to hand the prime minister post to 53-year-old Mr Johannssonn
'The Prime Minister has not resigned and will continue to serve as Chairman of the Progressive Party'
As an Icelandic MP, I want to see the Prime Minister resign and a snap election called. We need democratic reform, as the people called for after the 2008 economic crisis
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