“In the Argentina against Iceland game we saw just how much Messi needed the warm-up game against Israel."
A medieval poem, tree rings and ice cores have revealed new information on the history of Christianity in Iceland.
Working next door to Reykjavik's Phallological Museum can be very hard.
Politicians proposing the bill argue that it will protect children’s rights.
Researchers accomplished this feat for the first time and may never be able to do it again.
Sanders has long advocated for equal pay, and it was one of the major planks of his presidential campaign platform.
The fates of lava and ice are forever entwined.
Less extensive glaciers could mean more volcanic activity.
Tourist demand for the breathtaking wilderness that HBO used in its popular fantasy series has helped rescue the once-struggling country.
"Eat your Bechdel Test heart out," the Icelandic singer wrote.
A U.K. supermarket currently owns a Europe-wide trademark registration for the country's name
Center-right Independence Party wins the largest share of the vote, but at 29 percent it will need partners if it's to form a government.
Supercritical water can generate up to ten times more power than conventional geothermal sources.
Three bombers reportedly flew under a civilian aircraft with their transponders switched off.
Portugal awaits Wales to complete the tournament final four.
Gunnlaugsson is the first political figure to quit office as a result of the Panama papers scandal.
Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson has asked for permission to dissolve the government following protests.
More than 11 million documents covering four decades were leaked to the press.