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The suspect was apparently not known to medical authorities until recently.

Suspect knew he was HIV+

Police now have grounds to believe that the man currently in custody on suspicion on infecting women in Iceland with HIV did indeed know that he himself was HIV+.

The suspect was apparently not known to medical authorities until recently.

Suspect knew he was HIV+

Police now have grounds to believe that the man currently in custody on suspicion on infecting women in Iceland with HIV did indeed know that he himself was HIV+.

Hrafntinnusker, August 2014.

PHOTO: Spot the difference

These two photographs by Sigurður Harðarson provide a very visual expression of this year’s cold summer.

Icelandair shares hit 7-year high

Updated revenue forecasts and higher profits for Iceland’s national airline pushed up the price of Icelandair Group shares today.

Bill and Melinda Gates.

Did Bill Gates shun Icelandic food?

American business magnate and co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, is leaving Iceland today after a short visit – during which he and his family allegedly refused to touch Icelandic food.

How will 313 resignations affect Landspítali?

Hospital to lose 313 staff by November

The majority of healthcare resignations at the National University Hospital of Iceland (‘Landspítali’) will take effect on 1 October, with some hospital departments likely to be very seriously affected.

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The spinning car has caused considerable damage.

PHOTO: Off-road nature vandalism

Damage caused to by an off-road driver has been caught on camera by staff at the Vatnsfell hydroelectric power station in Iceland’s southern highlands.

Iceland's top earner in 2014 received almost EUR 200,000 a month.

Who are Iceland’s top earners?

Many Icelanders will have spent the weekend poring over the annual ‘Income Issue’ of Icelandic business magazine Frjáls verslun. The 80-page supplement gives official income figures for over 3,700 Icelanders in various fields.

French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy, Ségolène Royal.

France’s Royal on official visit to Iceland

French Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Ségolène Royal has arrived in Iceland on an official visit to learn about the country’s energy industry.

Two ICG helicopters were dispatched to rescue the sailors in distress last night.

Helicoptered to safety from blazing ship

Two sailors were helicoptered to safety after their vessel caught fire off the south-west coast of Iceland late yesterday evening.

Violent crime on the up in capital

New police figures for 2014 show that, while crime in the Greater Reykjavik area is generally falling, violent crime is on the increase.

Iceland sends 41 to Special Olympics

Iceland sends 41 to Special Olympics

41 Icelandic athletes will be competing in the 2015 Special Olympics in Los Angeles, which got under way this weekend.

International passengers awaiting their luggage upon arrival in Iceland.

Six jets an hour at KEF Airport

Any plane-spotters at Keflavik International Airport (KEF) this Saturday would have been treated to the sight of a passenger jet taking off or landing every eleven minutes.

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09:00 FI201 Copenhagen Landed 09:01
09:10 FI305 Stockholm Arlanda Landed 09:02
09:20 FI541 Paris Charles De Gaulle Landed 09:13
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09:50 DL257 New York JFK Confirm. 10:30
10:30 FI647 Washington Dulles Intl On Time
10:30 FI613 New York JFK On Time
10:30 FI635 Boston Logan Intl On Time
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