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Iceland Protests Started as Global Epidemic of Riots Continues

Iceland Protests Started as Global Epidemic of Riots Continues

Things appear to be getting hot in mid-winter Iceland, where protests have now started as what appears to be a global epidemic of riots, continues. The events started as thousands rallied out into the streets of Reykjavik on Tuesday to demand a referendum outside the Icelandic National Parliament. The current government of Iceland, that came […]

Viktor Yanukovych Ukraine Inspired by Iceland?

Viktor Yanukovych Ukraine Inspired by Iceland?

Ukraine’s interim government’s decision to issue an arrest warrant for Viktor Yanukovych, the recently deposed President, might be inspired by Iceland. According to some of the most recent news coverage on the turmoil in the former Soviet republic of the Ukraine, the newly instated interim authorities are seeking to trial Yanukovych for the killing of […]

Iceland Drilling Shocker Opens Door to New Magma Powered Electricity

Iceland Drilling Shocker Opens Door to New Magma Powered Electricity

In Iceland, there has been a drilling shocker which has possibly opened doors to new magma powered electricity. A couple years back, engineers happened to notice something bizarre while they were drilling boreholes in Krafla, Iceland. That town is located in the northeast part of the country. Their instruments showed that they had struck an underground […]

Iceland Believed to Be Home to Thousands of Elves

Iceland Believed to Be Home to Thousands of Elves

It is believed by many who reside in Iceland that thousands of elves make their homes in the tundra’s vast wilderness. So it stands to reason that elves who are believed to exist in this day and time would get political representation if it was found they needed it. (Before reading any further, please realize […]

Iceland: Where They Believe in Elves

Iceland: Where They Believe in Elves

The people of Iceland believe in elves, they really do. Objections to road work projects that have the potential to disturb elf nesting sites are so common that the roads department has a stock response ready to issue. It reads that they will be: “Delaying the construction project at a certain point while the elves […]

Iceland Police Use Deadly Force for First Time

Iceland Police Use Deadly Force for First Time

Iceland police have used deadly force for the first time ever, shooting and killing a man in an event which Icelandic officials are saying is “without precedent.” Iceland police and the community are now reeling from their first ever casualty as a result of a police shooting in the country’s history. Officials say the victim, […]

Oldest Animal Found Living on Earth

Oldest Animal Found Living on Earth

 The oldest animal found living on Earth was born in 1499 and was alive until the day scientists cracked open its shell and ended up killing it in the process in 2006. Ming, which was an ocean quahog from the marine species Arctica islandica, was first believed to have been 402 years old. The researchers […]

Iceland Prepares for Hekla Volcano Eruption (Video)

Iceland Prepares for Hekla Volcano Eruption (Video)

The eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjoell volcano in April 2010 stranded more than eight million travellers as volcanic ash spread across Europe.  Is another volcano about to erupt? Unusual seismic activity around the Hekla volcano has given Icelandic police the need to declare an “uncertainty level”, its lowest warning.  A series of earthquakes have been recorded […]

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  • Iranian Messi a Target for European Elite: World Cup Preview [Video] April 20, 2014
    A number of Europe’s elite clubs are targeting a young forward dubbed the “Iranian Messi” before he is selected to represent his country at the 2014 World Cup. Rubin Kazan forward Sardar Azmoun is a rising star and he is tipped to win senior honors at the big event in Brazil. Premier League side Arsenal […]
    Robert Shepherd
  • Los Angeles Times Building Scare April 20, 2014
    A scare at the Los Angeles Times building resulted in a lockdown and search of the entire premises. Suspect, Matthew Lowes, was detained by police and taken without incident from the second floor of the building. The second floor of the Times building has space rented by VXI Global Solutions, which Lowes works for. Lowes […]
    Raul Hernandez
  • Indiana Pacers Struggles Continue April 20, 2014
    The Indiana Pacers’ late-season struggles continued as the team lost to the visiting Atlanta Hawks yesterday by a score of 101-93. When the team is playing its best, the offense features a balanced attack. In order for the offense to hum, the team needs balanced scoring from the inside and outside. Against the Hawks, Roy […]
    William Costolo
  • Influenza B Virus Making a Strong Spring Appearance April 20, 2014
    The Influenza strain B virus is making a strong appearance, although spring is not its usual time of year. This strain of the flu is not the same one that was making people sick mid-winter. This means that even if someone has already had the virus once this flu season, they can still get it […]
    Twanna Harps
  • Toronto Raptors Have Bitten Off More Than They Can Chew April 20, 2014
    If you look at the day the city of Toronto and their beloved Toronto Raptor’s had, it would be really easy to come to the conclusion that the  Toronto Raptors have bitten off more than they can chew. Toronto Sun Times readers were greeted with an incendiary cover , featuring a picture of Kevin Garnett […]
    Daryl McElveen

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