Namibia

Fish company CEO 'steps aside' following Al Jazeera investigation

Thorsteinn Mar Baldvinsson, CEO of Iceland's fishing conglomerate Samherji, was suspended pending a bribery probe.

Fish company CEO 'steps aside' following Al Jazeera investigation

Namibia

Two Namibian ministers resign following Al Jazeera investigation

Bernhard Esau and Sacky Shanghala are accused of receiving bribes in return for preferential access to fishing grounds.

Two Namibian ministers resign following Al Jazeera investigation

Arts & Culture

Denmark and Iceland clash over priceless medieval manuscripts

Reykjavik wants collection bequeathed by Icelandic scholar to University of Copenhagen in 18th century returned.

Denmark and Iceland clash over priceless medieval manuscripts

Iceland

Iceland bids farewell to first glacier lost to climate change

Scientists fear all the island country's 400 glaciers will be gone by 2200.

Iceland bids farewell to first glacier lost to climate change

AJ Impact

Ireland, Scotland and Iceland vie for fishing rights

Between Rockall and a hard plaice: Fishing rights are at the centre of a post-Brexit fight for maritime territory.

Fish fight: Nations' maritime melee over post-Brexit rights

Turkey

Turkey condemns Iceland over 'mistreatment' of football team

Ankara issues diplomatic protest over treatment of team who were reportedly searched for three hours by airport police.

Turkey condemns Iceland over 'mistreatment' of football team

People & Power

Killing Whales

People and Power investigates a fierce personal battle that's raging over the future of whaling in Icelandic waters.

Iceland

Calls in Iceland to ban commercial hunting of whales

Iceland does not publicise its whale hunting industry much, and with declining public support, graphic images of what could be a Blue Whale being slaughtered is a PR nightmare for the country.

World Cup 2018

Will Iceland be melting hearts at Russia 2018?

With a population of just 330,000, how has Iceland risen from being ranked 131 to beating England and the Netherlands?

World Cup 2018: Can Iceland stun the world again?

AJ IMPACT

Iceland faces mass tourism's challenge

The small North Atlantic island struggles to cope with an influx of visitors, endangering its nature for economic gains.

Iceland: The tourism epidemic

Counting the Cost

The great pay gap: Women's workplace woes

A century after gaining the right to vote in the UK, women are still fighting for gender equality in the workplace.

AJ IMPACT

In Iceland, it's now illegal to pay men more than women

Companies and government agencies employing at least 25 people will have to obtain certification of equal-pay policies.

In Iceland, it's now illegal to pay men more than women

TechKnow

The science of capturing carbon

Scientists are fighting to curtail the dangerous effects of climate change by capturing carbon dioxide.

Iceland

Everything you need to know about Iceland's election

Vote in country of just 324,000 people to take place with 10 parties on the ballot and amid a dark shadow of corruption.

Everything you need to know about Iceland's election

Europe

Iceland PM calls for snap vote after government falls

Second snap election in less than a year called as one party quits ruling coalition over scandal involving PM's father.

Iceland PM calls for snap vote after government falls