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Former Minister for Health, Kristján Þór Júlíusson announced a breakthrough for sufferers of Hepatitis C in Iceland last year. Mbl.is/Eggert Jóhannsson

Rapid HIV and Hep C tests available in Iceland for the first time

Website GayIceland reports that in the next few weeks, quick and easy tests will be available for HIV and Hepatitis C. This is part of an incentive to eliminate Hepatitis C from Iceland.

Former Minister for Health, Kristján Þór Júlíusson announced a breakthrough for sufferers of Hepatitis C in Iceland last year. Mbl.is/Eggert Jóhannsson

Rapid HIV and Hep C tests available in Iceland for the first time

Website GayIceland reports that in the next few weeks, quick and easy tests will be available for HIV and Hepatitis C. This is part of an incentive to eliminate Hepatitis C from Iceland.

SAR team members searching in Hafnarfjörður.

Drones search for missing woman over Hafnarfjörður

Dr.Martens shoes were found near the harbour at Hafnarfjörður late last night but it is still unclear whether the shoes belonged to missing young woman Birna Brjánsdóttir. Drones are covering the area which wear found near the Atlantsolía oil tanks.

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Laugardalslaug geothermal swimming pool in Reykjavik.

Topless guests welcome in Reykjavik swimming pools

Following news of a woman being shown out of a pool in the small town of Akranes in Iceland, the directors of the City of Reykjavik sports and recreation department have confirmed that guests of the city's swimming pool are welcome whether they wear a top or not as part of their swimwear ensemble.

Storm warning today and snowfall

The Iceland Met Office predicts a South Westerly storm today with snowfall and colder temperatures.

The driver of a red Kia Rio is asked to contact the police as soon as possible as they may be the last person to see where she went.

Search still on for missing woman - driver of red car asked to come forward

The Reykjavik Metropolitan Police is still searching for Birna Brjánsdóttir, twenty years old, who has been missing since early Saturday morning.

Jaðarsbakkalaug swimming pool in  Akranes, South West Iceland.

Topless woman shown out of Iceland pool: Whatever happened to free the nipple?

A student at the University of Iceland was told to leave the pool in the small town of Akranes on Saturday for swimming without a bikini top. Apparently the town of Akranes isn't quite with it on the Free the Nipple revolution that took place in Iceland two years ago.

Birna Brjánsdóttir.

Extensive police search for young woman missing in Reykjavik

Police and relatives of a young woman who disappeared early on Saturday morning are pleading with the general public for any leads to her whereabouts.

A trog filled with delectable þorramatur

For the love of pickled testicles

Ever wondered about this frightening food like fermented shark and pickled sheep head jam used to shock tourists? Here's some insight from a local, who absolutely loves this food.

Donald Trump wants to discuss nuclear disarmament with Putin in Reykjavik.

Trump wants Reykjavik summit with Putin

Donald Trump wants a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Reykjavik a few weeks after he becomes President of the US. His aim is to mimic the meeting between Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986.

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