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Icelandic Family Asks to Come Home from China

An Icelandic family has requested permission to return home from China.

Hundreds of Tourists Stranded in Vík Last Night

?The hotels are booked up, and we?re looking for any tiny room to accommodate people.?

Will Public Services Be Paralyzed by Strike?

From a meeting of BSRB members. It will be clear tomorrow morning whether 18,000 members of BSRB ? the Federation of State and Municipal Employees ? will go on strike, starting March 9.

Suspected of Sexually Exploiting Boys in Several Countries

From Reykjanesbær, Southwest Iceland. A US male, suspected of sexually exploiting teenage boys in several countries, including Iceland, is expected to remain in police custody in Suðurnes until Friday.

Blizzard May Cause Road Closures Tonight

An orange weather alert has been issued by the Icelandic Met Office for Southeast Iceland today.

Reykjavík and Efling Union Meet to Negotiate

Sólveig Anna Jónsdóttir, leader of Efling union, center, at the meeting this morning. The negotiating committees of Reykjavík City and Efling union met to negotiate this morning at 10 am, at the office of the state mediator.

Online Security Problems Common in Iceland

The rate of people who have encountered online security problems is quite a bit higher in Iceland than the European average.

Will British Supercomputer Be Housed in Iceland?

Countries with clean energy are being looked at as a potential site for the computer. Because of its clean energy sources, Iceland is a potential site for a supercomputer to be built for the Met Office ? the UK?s national weather service - 2022-2032.

Deportation of Iranian Trans Boy Postponed

Maní. Maní, a 17-year-old trans boy from Iran, and his family will not be deported from Iceland today, as had been planned.

Strike Has Widespread Effect in Reykjavík

Sólveig Anna Jónsdóttir, left, leader of Efling Union. Members of Efling union who work for the City of Reykjavík went on strike at midnight, since no deal had been reached between the negotiating parties.