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Iceland leans toward leftist government in snap election

Oct 29 2017

REYKJAVIK Icelanders, angry over a string of political scandals, ousted their center-right government in an election that could pave the way for a charismatic young opposition leader to form a left-leaning coalition, final vote counts showed on Sunday. | Video

Leftists on cusp of power as weary Icelanders go to polls

Oct 28 2017

REYKJAVIK Angry over a string of political scandals, Icelanders may usher a long dominant center-right party out of the exit door in national elections on Saturday, handing power to a charismatic center-left opposition leader.

Reykjavik in party mood as Iceland reach first World Cup

Oct 10 2017

REYKJAVIC Iceland's soccer supporters were in raptures on Monday as they celebrated in the capital and across the country after the national team qualified for their first World Cup.

Reykjavik in party mood as Iceland reach first World Cup

Oct 10 2017

REYKJAVIC Iceland's soccer supporters were in raptures on Monday as they celebrated in the capital and across the country after the national team qualified for their first World Cup.

Soccer: Reykjavik in party mood as Iceland reach first World Cup

Oct 09 2017

REYKJAVIC Iceland's soccer supporters were in raptures on Monday as they celebrated in the capital and across the country after the national team qualified for their first World Cup.

Soccer-Reykjavik erupts in jubilation as Iceland reach first World Cup

Oct 09 2017

REYKJAVIC, Oct 9 Iceland's soccer supporters were in raptures on Monday as they celebrated in the capital and across the country after the national team qualified for their first World Cup.

Iceland PM calls snap election after coalition party quits over 'breach of trust'

Sep 15 2017

REYKJAVIK Iceland's prime minister called for a snap parliamentary election on Friday after one party in the ruling coalition quit the government formed less than nine months ago.

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