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  1. Tourist posing Mount Agung

    How authorities in tourist hotspots keep people safe near volcanoes

    Scientists can generally tell when a volcano is in unrest, but they cannot pinpoint when exactly it will erupt, say experts at the Earth ...
  2. Euro 2020 Qualifier - Group H - Turkey v Iceland

    Turkey qualify for Euro 2020 with draw against Iceland, France also secure spot

    Turkey qualified for the Euro 2020 finals with a goalless draw in a Group H against Iceland on Thursday, with the result also ensuring France a ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Newly manufactured cars of the automobile maker Honda await export at port in Yokohama

    Fallout from Trump's trade wars felt by economies around the world

    The collateral damage of the United States' trade wars is being felt from the fjords of Iceland to the auto factories of Japan.
  4. Premier League - Burnley v Everton

    Burnley's Gudmundsson faces weeks out with hamstring issue

    Burnley winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson will be out of action for several weeks after sustaining a serious hamstring injury while on international ...
  5. Euro 2020 Qualifier - Group H - Iceland v France

    Football: Giroud puts injury-hit France on the brink of Euro 2020

    Olivier Giroud's lack of club action proved no handicap as the Chelsea striker's penalty earned France a 1-0 away win against Iceland to put Les ...
  6. Ligue 1 - Bordeaux v Paris St Germain

    Mbappe ruled out of France's Euro qualifiers

    France striker Kylian Mbappe has been ruled out of their Euro 2020 qualifiers against Iceland and Turkey through injury, the French football ...
  7. FILE PHOTO:  U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrives at the White House in Washington

    Pence, in visit to Iceland, to discuss 'incursions' into Arctic Circle by China, Russia: Official

    Vice President Mike Pence, in a visit to Iceland next week, will have talks about 'incursions' into the Arctic Circle by China and Russia, a ...
  8. The Okjokull glacier in Iceland has melted away due to climate change

    Commentary: A new hot world and the death of Iceland's 700-year-old glacier

    The ecological grief over a dead glacier is a sign of the coming climate calamity, says University of East Anglia’s Rupert Read.