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Some of the refugees who arrived in Iceland in January.

Iceland agrees to take in second group of Syria refugees

There is no information as yet as to the numbers involved in this second wave, but the cost of receiving the new arrivals is estimated at ISK 200 million (€1.44 million).

Some of the refugees who arrived in Iceland in January.

Iceland agrees to take in second group of Syria refugees

There is no information as yet as to the numbers involved in this second wave, but the cost of receiving the new arrivals is estimated at ISK 200 million (€1.44 million).

Bala Kamallakharan, investor and founder of Startup Iceland.

Startup Iceland celebrates 5 year anniversary

International annual entrepreneur's conference Startup Iceland takes place for the fifth year this year, between May 29th to May 31st. The three-day conference is for Icelandic and international startup founders, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and angel investors.

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Room for 10,000 Airbnb guests in Reykjavik

New reports from consultancy firm Expectus and Icelandic bank Íslandsbanki show the current size of the Airbnb accommodation market in the Icelandic capital of Reykjavik.

“A new era in economic development in the Arctic region”

The future is bright for the Arctic region, and its unique position can create many new opportunities for economic progress, while ensuring its stunning nature is protected.

The Holy Mountain, in which the director himself plays an alchemist, is undoubtedly Jodorowsky's most famous film.

Jodorowsky to be guest of honour at Reykjavik International Film Fesitval

The Reykjavik International Film Festival has announced that Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky will be their guest of honour at this year's festival which takes place at the beginning of October.

Dispatcher strike could hit Icelandair operations hard

International flights to and from Iceland could be majorly affected by possible industrial action by airline dispatchers, warns their union leader.

EYES ON THE PRIZE: Bessastaðir is the official residence of the President of Iceland.

Ten vying to be Iceland’s next President

There have never been more than six candidates in the final race in the entire history of Icelandic presidential elections – making 2016 potentially the most hotly contested year ever.

A dust devil in Mýrdalssandur.

Incredible "dust devil" phenomena at Iceland's black lava beaches

Two foreign photographers, Lars Lehnert and Stefan Christman captured a rare phenomenon at Mýrdalssandur close to Vík on Iceland's south coast this weekend. They photographed a dust devil - a whirlwind made of sand.

Former PM Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson (left) and President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson (right).

Iceland’s toppled PM hits out at President

“I am going to remain in politics, and offer my continued services,” Gunnlaugsson told Icelandic radio yesterday morning.

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