These are pictures of 40 of the 411 Icelanders, whose names are in the Zhenhua data leak.

Zhenhua Data Leak Includes Names of 411 Icelanders

10:46 GMT The names of at least 411 Icelanders and personal details about them are included in a database compiled by a small Chinese tech company in Shenzhen, Zhenhua Data Technology, which reportedly has ties to Chinese authorities and the military.

The upper graph shows a prediction of the daily number of new confirmed domestic cases of COVID-19 in Iceland, while the lower graph shows a prediction of the cumulative number of confirmed cases.

Predicting 20-40 New Cases of COVID-19 a Day

yesterday Scientists at the University of Iceland have been working on a prediction model recently, showing how the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to develop in Iceland in the coming weeks.

West Fjords in White

yesterday This amazing photo of the south side of the West Fjords was recently taken over Breiðafjörður bay.

PM Katrín Jakobsdóttir, presenting the government's plan.

Unrest Averted in Labor Market

yesterday Wage contracts in the general labor market – the so-called Quality of Life Deal, signed in April of last year – will remain in effect for at least another year.

Iceland Has Highest 14-Day COVID-19 Incidence Among Nordic Countries

29 Sep The 14-day incidence of COVID-19 per 100,000 inhabitants is higher in Iceland than in the rest of the Nordic countries.

From yesterday's press conference.

Double Testing of Passengers Likely to Continue

29 Sep Rules requiring arriving passengers to be tested at Icelandic borders upon arrival and again five days later, with quarantine in between, are likely to remain in effect for the coming months.

Le Bellot.

Passenger Numbers Decline by 99 Percent

29 Sep There were only seven arrivals of cruise ships, carrying a total of 1,346 passengers, to the Associated Icelandic Ports this summer.

Chief Superintendent Víðir Reynisson.

14-Day Incidence of COVID-19 Keeps Rising

28 Sep A total of 39 new domestic cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Iceland yesterday.

Halldór Benjamín Þorbergsson, CEO of SA Confederation of Icelandic Enterprise.

Is Unrest in Icelandic Labor Market Imminent?

28 Sep The Icelandic Confederation of Labor (ASÍ) and SA Confederation of Icelandic Enterprise have in recent days been engaged in a dispute about whether the basis for their current wage contract still exists.

From Laugavegur.

Arrested for Violating Quarantine Rules

28 Sep The Capital Area Police arrested three foreign tourists at a restaurant in downtown Reykjavík Saturday night for violating quarantine rules.

The light was unbelievable in Arnarfjörður fjord.

Wow, What a View of the West Fjords!

27 Sep Morgunblaðið photographer Árni Sæberg traveled to the West Fjords in August.

App Makes Visiting Húsavík Easier

26 Sep Visit Húsavík, the tourist information center in Húsavík, North Iceland, has launched a new app for Android and iOS.

From Grímsey island.

Earthquake of Magnitude 3.7

25 Sep An earthquake of magnitude 3.7 hit the area northeast of Grímsey island shortly before noon.

The students who produced the video: Axel Bjarkar Sigurjónsson, Hálfdán Helgi Matthíasson and Sölvi Bjartur Ingólfsson.

Seeking Solutions to Internet Pollution: Video

25 Sep A documentary made by three Icelandic students at the Technical College in Reykjavík has won first prize in an international competition, organized by Young Reporters for the Environment.

The Egyptian siblings.

Egyptian Family Granted Residence Permits

25 Sep The Egyptian family of six, whose deportation from Iceland was scheduled September 16, has been granted residence permits for humanitarian reasons


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