The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has decided to take on Guðlaugur Jakob Karlsson’s case against the Icelandic state, Morgunblaðið reports. Guðlaugur says the
Welcome to Norðfjörður. This beautiful fjord is home to 1,469 people, but its history differs from many of the small towns that dot the fjords of Iceland. For 50-odd years, socialists controlled the town of Neskaupstaður in Norðfjörður. Or, as some would call it – Little Moscow. Today, signs of the townspeople’s leftist ways might seem like they have been methodically removed. But, if you look closely, they’re hidden in plain sight.
Europe’s largest glacier could be nearly gone by the year 2300, according to new doctoral research carried out in Iceland, RÚV reports. If Earth’s average
Namibia’s former Minister of Fisheries Bernhard Esau has been arrested in connection with an investigation of corruption and alleged bribery, including from Icelandic fishing company
The Centre Party is polling at 16.8%, according to a recent survey conducted by MMR (Market and Media Research). Support for the Centre Party has
In the wake of the Samherji scandal, the Constitutional Society; Efling Trade-Union; the Icelandic Disability Alliance; the Women’s Association for a New Constitution; Gagnsæi, the