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.

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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

Earthrise

Turning CO2 into stone in Iceland

One geothermal power plant in Iceland is taking its green credentials to new levels.

Earthrise

Air: Changing the Atmosphere

earthrise looks at some high-tech innovations that help clean the air.

Iceland

Iceland's glacier guides: Tourism under climate change

Popular glaciers are melting so fast that guides are being forced to constantly reinvent how they carry out tours.

Iceland's glacier guides: Tourism under climate change

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Iceland to rejoin global markets after 2008 meltdown

Individuals, firms and pension funds will be free to take money out of Iceland from Tuesday onwards.

Iceland to lift capital controls from financial crisis

Weather

Record snowfall in the land of ice

Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, gets buried in the deepest February snowfall on record.

Record snowfall in the land of ice

Environment

Hungry for whale: Tourists boost Iceland whale hunting

Iceland's anti-whaling campaigners confront massive demand for whale meat driven by restaurants catering to tourists.

Tourism boosts Iceland's whaling industry

Elections

Iceland may become first nation ruled by 'pirates'

Pirate Party vowing to root out government corruption and bring radical change is projected to win upcoming election.

Europe

Icelanders elect historian as new president

Final count shows 39 percent voted for history professor Gudni Johannesson to take up ceremonial role.

Iceland: Gudni Johannesson elected new president

Refugees

Iceland deports Boko Haram victim from Nigeria

World Refugee Day: Meet the Nigerian who was kicked out of Iceland and now remains in limbo in Sweden over deportation.

Iceland deports Boko Haram victim from Nigeria

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US launches Panama Papers investigation

Justice Department opens criminal probe into tax avoidance and money laundering schemes unveiled by leaked documents.

Panama Papers: US launches probe into offshore scandal