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Vandals Leave Ugly Marks on Mountain

19 Jun Vandals have carved names and other inscriptions into the tuff of Helgafell mountain in Hafnarfjörður, causing damage that may take decades or centuries to heal.

The plane wreck near Múlakot, South Iceland.

Family Was Onboard Plane that Crashed

11 Jun A family was onboard the small plane that crashed in South Iceland Sunday night.

Three Die in Plane Crash in South Iceland

10 Jun Three people are dead and two seriously injured after a small plane crashed in South Iceland last night.

The vehicle caused substantial damage.

Major Off-Road Damage Near Mývatn

3 Jun A Russian social media star, Alexander Tikhomirov, is responsible for extensive damage to the land near Mývatn lake, North Iceland, due to off-road driving there yesterday.

Guðmundur Einarsson, left, and Geirfinnur Einarsson. The both disappeared without a trace.

Will Iceland’s Most Notorious Missing Person Case Be Reopened?

20 May The most notorious unsolved missing person case in Iceland is in the news again.

From the scene of the fire.

School Fire: Boys Confess to Arson

17 May Three boys have confessed to being responsible for the fire that heavily damaged Seljaskóli grade school in Breiðholt, Reykjavík, Sunday morning.

From the scene of the accident.

Bus Accident in South Iceland: Four Seriously Injured

17 May A bus accident in South Iceland yesterday left four people seriously injured.

Fire fighters at work.

School Severely Damaged in Fire

13 May Seljaskóli grade school in Breiðholt, Reykjavík, is heavily damaged after a fire erupted in its roof shortly after midnight, Sunday morning.

From Ljubljana, the city in Slovenia where the real Urha Polona lives. She, too, is a victim of the fraud.

European Rent Fraud Reaches Iceland

7 May “This is fraud. Don’t book, buy or rent anything!”

The district court house of East Finnmark, Vadsø.

Suspect Has Long Criminal Record

30 Apr The Icelandic man suspected of shooting his 40-year-old half-brother to death in Mehamn, North Norway, Saturday morning, has a long criminal record.

The victim lived in Mehamn, North Norway.

Icelander Shot to Death in Norway

29 Apr A forty-year-old Icelandic fisherman was shot to death in the village Mehamn in Finnmark county, North Norway, Saturday morning.

Jón Þröstur Jónsson was last seen in Dublin on February 9.

Icelander Still Missing in Dublin

16 Apr More than two months have passed since the disappearance of Icelander Jón Þröstur Jónsson in Dublin, Ireland.

Too young to be charged

31 Aug The boy, whose photos the police posted on Facebook in connection with recent attacks on girls in Garðabær and who subsequently came forward yesterday, is too young to be charged

From Raufarhöfn.

Wave of break-ins in Northeast Iceland

31 Aug Three houses in Raufarhöfn, Northeast Iceland, have been broken into in recent days, according to the Húsavík Police.

Police look for witnesses

31 Aug The Reykjavík Metropolitan Police Department wishes to contact the people seen in these photos, in connection with the investigation of an accident that took place in downtown Reykjavík on June 30.


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