Eighteen pairs of gyrfalcons fledged successfully in Northeast Iceland this summer, RÚV reports. According to ornithologist Ólafur K. Nielsen, the gyrfalcon, classified as “species vulnerable,”
The families of children who are required to self-isolate may forgo isolation themselves if they have not been in direct contact with the infected individual,
Today, August 20, marks the release of Sean Penn’s new film Flag Day. The soundtrack to the film comprises 13 songs, among them a cover
The Central Bank of Iceland is currently developing a domestic payment system that could be utilised if transactions with foreign payment card companies were halted.
A 200-person gathering limit, mask use, and one-metre distancing are among the long-term measures to fight COVID-19 that Iceland’s Chief Epidemiologist Þórólfur Guðnason laid out
A new crater has formed at the ongoing eruption on Iceland’s Reykjanes peninsula. Professor of Volcanology Þorvaldur Þórðarson told RÚV the new crater appears to
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