Iceland's Farmers Try to Save Herds From Toxic Ash
Farmers across the region where the volcano erupted this month under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier have been scrambling to protect their herds from inhaling or ingesting the ash.
Iceland's Parliament Bans Strip Clubs
Iceland is fast becoming a world-leader in feminism. A country with a tiny population of 320,000, it is on the brink of achieving what many considered to be impossible: closing down its sex industry.
Icelanders Turn to God For Help in Man-Made Crisis
Three days before a referendum on how to repay Britain and the Netherlands for money lost in the collapse of an Icelandic bank, dozens gathered before the parliament in Reykjavik to pray for God to look after their country.