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Ready for 50-Day Horseback Riding Adventure

Bjarni Páll Vilhjálmsson, who runs an equestrian tourism business at Saltvík farm, near Húsavík, North Iceland, is planning to offer a 50-day tour on horseback around Iceland next summer..
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Ready for 50-Day Horseback Riding Adventure

Bjarni Páll Vilhjálmsson, who runs an equestrian tourism business at Saltvík farm, near Húsavík, North Iceland, is planning to offer a 50-day tour on horseback around Iceland next summer..

Glacier Returns Fragments of Flying Fortress

Debris from an American B-17 Flying Fortress bomber that crashed into Eyjafjallajökull glacier during World War II is gradually coming to light as the glacier recedes.
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Glacier Returns Fragments of Flying Fortress

Debris from an American B-17 Flying Fortress bomber that crashed into Eyjafjallajökull glacier during World War II is gradually coming to light as the glacier recedes.

Will Egyptian Family Be Deported Tomorrow?

An attorney for an Egyptian family, set to be deported from Iceland tomorrow, has sent a letter to the Welfare Committee and the Constitutional and Supervisory Committee of Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, insisting that the case be addressed.
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Will Egyptian Family Be Deported Tomorrow?

An attorney for an Egyptian family, set to be deported from Iceland tomorrow, has sent a letter to the Welfare Committee and the Constitutional and Supervisory Committee of Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, insisting that the case be addressed.

Aurora Enthusiast Sees Bright Side of Quarantine

“People think it’s impossible to visit the country, due to the double [coronavirus] testing requirement, but there is so much you can do while in quarantine.”
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Aurora Enthusiast Sees Bright Side of Quarantine

“People think it’s impossible to visit the country, due to the double [coronavirus] testing requirement, but there is so much you can do while in quarantine.”

Farmers Herd Sheep to Roundup

Farmers in Hrunamannahreppur district, Southwest Iceland, were busy herding their sheep from the mountains early yesterday morning.
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Farmers Herd Sheep to Roundup

Farmers in Hrunamannahreppur district, Southwest Iceland, were busy herding their sheep from the mountains early yesterday morning.

Phase of Uncertainty Declared for Cyber Security in Iceland

For the first time ever, CERT-IS, Iceland’s computer emergency response team, declared a phase of uncertainty for cyber security in Iceland yesterday.
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Phase of Uncertainty Declared for Cyber Security in Iceland

For the first time ever, CERT-IS, Iceland’s computer emergency response team, declared a phase of uncertainty for cyber security in Iceland yesterday.

Two English Soccer Players Violate Quarantine Rules

Two new members of the England national football team violated Icelandic quarantine rules Sunday by inviting two Icelandic women to their hotel room.
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Two English Soccer Players Violate Quarantine Rules

Two new members of the England national football team violated Icelandic quarantine rules Sunday by inviting two Icelandic women to their hotel room.

Criticized for Accepting Degree from Turkish University

Róbert Ragnar Spanó, president of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) since April this year, is facing criticism from many directions for having accepted and honorary degree from Istanbul University.
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Criticized for Accepting Degree from Turkish University

Róbert Ragnar Spanó, president of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) since April this year, is facing criticism from many directions for having accepted and honorary degree from Istanbul University.

Successful Rescue of Man Stuck in Mud for Hours: Video

The Icelandic Coast Guard released a video last night of the rescue of a man who was stuck for more than three hours in sand, or mud, in Sandvatn lake, south of Langjökull glacier, Wednesday night.
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Successful Rescue of Man Stuck in Mud for Hours: Video

The Icelandic Coast Guard released a video last night of the rescue of a man who was stuck for more than three hours in sand, or mud, in Sandvatn lake, south of Langjökull glacier, Wednesday night.

Icelanders Allowed to Move One Meter Closer?

Chief Epidemiologist Þórólfur Guðnason recommends that beginning Monday, September 7, the 2-meter social distancing rule in Iceland be replaced by a 1-meter rule.
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Icelanders Allowed to Move One Meter Closer?

Chief Epidemiologist Þórólfur Guðnason recommends that beginning Monday, September 7, the 2-meter social distancing rule in Iceland be replaced by a 1-meter rule.

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