Scientists say they are bidding farewell to Okjökull, the first Icelandic glacier lost to climate change, in a funeral of sorts.
The demise of Okjökull, the first Icelandic glacier lost to climate change, will be memorialized with a plaque by researchers from Rice University in Houston.
Iceland's hair-raising heavy metal Eurovision act Hatari raised Palestinian flags during their appearance on the show, which had been steeped in controversy over its host country of Israel.
Tourists in Iceland were left fleeing to higher ground on Sunday as a large wave triggered by a glacier collapse came rushing their way.
Finland has a lot to celebrate.
It seems every week brings a new story about a popular tourism destination having to close or impose controls to deal with an increased amount of foot traffic.
Only two whaling companies remain in Iceland. It's a small industry that conservationists say is inhumane, has minimal economic benefits, and defies the international ban on killing whales.
More and more tourists are visiting volcanoes, and seeing an eruption in real life can be an incredibly powerful experience.
In the run-up to the festive season, British retailers vie to release Christmas TV commercials that will tug heartstrings and open wallets.
In a far-flung corner of Iceland's main international airport, a once-raging strand of the Cold War is being rekindled -- NATO's hunting of Russian submarines.
Teenage drinking has declined across Europe, with the most dramatic falls in Britain, the World Health Organization (WHO) has found.
Extinct volcanoes, the unforgiving rage of the Atlantic Ocean and unrelenting wind and rain. When it comes golf there's no place more challenging and rewarding than Iceland.
One of Iceland's richest men has hit back against claims his whaling company illegally killed a protected blue whale.
Nigeria bounced back from their opening-game defeat and boosted their chances of qualifying for the knockout stages of the World Cup, as well as Argentina's, with a 2-0 win over Iceland in Volgograd.
On paper, few matches in World Cup history will have been more of a mismatch than Argentina against Iceland.
There's no way to stop lava.
Cold rains and gray skies make winter travel a trial. But hot drinks, snowy slopes, frozen lakes and a bright yellow sun? That's the kind of winter we can all wrap our mittens around.
Iceland has made it very difficult to pay women less than men.
There are already plenty of reasons to visit Iceland, but if its abundant waterfalls, lava fields, glaciers and natural baths aren't enough, there may soon be another.
Iceland's President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson is under fire on social media after he made the comment that he is "fundamentally opposed" to pineapple on pizza.