Icelandic Volcano in the World News

It has been a long time since Iceland was in the world news so much. The main newspapers in almost every country have the volcano and its terrible ash on the front page. The last time this happened might have been the Reagan-Gorbachev summit in 1986.

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Identity Check at the ASÍ Art Museum

The exhibition “Identity Check” by Ólafur S. Gíslason, inspired by the process of teenagers transcending adolescence, opened in the ASÍ Art Museum in Reykjavík on April 10. Today, the artist will talk about his exhibition at the museum at 3 pm.

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Tourist Council: Travelers in Iceland Are Safe

The Icelandic Tourist Council wants to emphasize that day-to-day life in Iceland is going on as usual, even though the volcanic eruption in Eyjafjallajökull glacier on the south coast of Iceland has made a profound impact and generated dangers in that specified area. In other parts of the country, Icelanders’ daily life is proceeding quite normally.

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