Phil Foden bounces back to help propel England to 4-0 victory over Iceland
Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO Duration: 01:10Published
Earthquake disrupts interview with Iceland's PM
Credit: Reuters Studio Duration: 00:42Published
Chicken nugget launched into space to celebrate Iceland’s 50th anniversary
Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO Duration: 01:21Published
You Might Like
Iceland has tested more of its population for coronavirus than anywhere else. Here's what it learnedNo country or scientist or doctor has all the answers about the COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the globe. Tiny Iceland may have more than most.
Coronavirus: Iceland boss urges Britons to ignore Boris Johnson's advice on shopping'If you are healthy ... please do shop in store,' Richard Walker says
Iceland vans torched in Bristol minutes after PM's lockdown orderPolice say it is "beyond belief anyone would be so reckless" after two vans were gutted in Bristol.
Coronavirus: Man proposes in Iceland supermarket after Iceland holiday cancelledRobert Ormsby was determined minor detail like dream trip being aborted wouldn't stop him popping question
Coronavirus: Man proposes in Iceland storeHe dropped to one knee in the supermarket after an engagement trip to the country was cancelled.
Japan to order self-quarantine for all travellers from Europe: media(This March 17 story corrects to show quarantine was all of Iceland, not Ireland)
Nations League draw: England face Belgium, Wales play Republic of IrelandEngland will face Belgium, Denmark and Iceland in League A of the 2020-2021 Nations League.
England face Belgium as home countries learn Nations League drawsEngland will face Belgium, Denmark and Iceland in League A of the 2020-2021 Nations League.
Iceland confirms first three cases of coronavirus, in patients returning from ItalyThe first three cases of people infected with coronavirus have been confirmed in Iceland, the country's Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management said in a statement late on Sunday.
My Money: 'I had to get tickets, it was a huge sum, $519!'As part of a BBC blog series, Sunneva María Svövudóttir from Iceland shares what she spent this week.
India falls to 51st spot in EIU's Democracy Index, China at 153India slipped 10 places to 51st position in the 2019 Democracy Index's global ranking, according to The Economist Intelligence Unit, which cited "erosion of civil liberties" in the country as the..
Airlines scour the world for scarce 737 MAX simulatorsAirlines are scrambling to book time in 737 MAX training facilities as far afield as Fiji, Iceland and Panama, operators said, after Boeing Co recommended pilots be trained in one of the few simulators..
Iceland’s Samherji exiting Namibia following bribery scandalSamherji, the Icelandic fishing company at the center of Namibia's biggest corruption scandal, announced on Friday that it is withdrawing from the southwest African nation.
China tourists found dead by 1973 Iceland plane crash siteA police spokesman tells the BBC autopsies will take place next week to find out the cause of death.
Iceland glacier tourists rescued from blizzardThirty-nine tourists were stuck for hours in freezing cold, but are now safe.
India slips to 112th place on gender gap; in bottom-5 on health, economic frontsIndia slipped four places to rank 112th globally in terms of gender gap and in terms of women's health & survival and economic participation, India stood in the bottom five globally, as per World..
Iceland puts well-being ahead of GDP in budgetThe Nordic nation's PM says modern governments need to value green energy and family welfare more.
Namibia arrests former justice minister in fishing scandalNamibia has arrested its former justice minister on suspicion of receiving kickbacks from Iceland's biggest fishing firm in a scandal that has cast a shadow over the ruling party as it faces its..
Student advocate sets the scene at 2019 Women Leaders Global ForumStudent advocate and #Girl2Leader Delegate Mariana Frenk Knaul sets the scene in Wednesday's first session on gender based violence at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland.
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum: National delegation delivers statementsMembers of Parliaments respond to UN Women’s Call to Action to achieve an equal world for women and men via legislation and parliamentary work, at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik,..
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum: Awards CeremonyThe 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum gave a number of awards to attendees at a gathering in gathering in Reykjavik, Iceland. Awards included the WPL Trailblazer Award and the Nobel Women's Initiative.
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum on Leadership: Staying Positive Through Thick and ThinPanelists Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the President of Croatia, and Larissa Kennedy, advocacy and campaigns officer at Plan International, discussed the importance of positivity in women’s leadership...
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum: Change-Making to "Live Happily Ever After"Mabel van Oranje, chair of Girls Not Brides, speaks at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland.
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum: The Power of Overcoming FearDina Kaplan, founder of The Path, speaks at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland.
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum: Invest Smarter, Live HealthierTedros Adhanom, Director General of the World Health Organization, and Malak Azmirly, Youth Council Member at Plan International Sweden and #Girl2Leader Delegate, speak at the 2019 Women Leaders Global..
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum addresses issue of gender-based violenceParticipants in this session at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland, include: Sandie Okoro, Senior Legal VP and General Counsel for the World Bank Group; Espérance Nyirasafari,..
Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jody Williams speaks at 2019 Women Leaders Global ForumJody Williams, 1997 Nobel Peace Prize laureate, founding coordinator of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines and chair of the Nobel Women's Initiative, speaks at the 2019 Women Leaders Global..
2019 Women Leaders Global Forum: Is Digital a Yellow Click Road to a New Business Oz?Panelists include Ann Cairns, Vice Chairman, Mastercard; Joanna Santinon, UK & Ireland Sponsoring Partner for Entrepreneur of the Year, and Chair, EY's Women's Network; Shandana Gulzar Khan,..
Confronting Society's Prejudice Toward Female Leadership: 2019 Women Leaders Global ForumPanelist for this session of the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland, include: Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen, CEO of Plan International and Co-Chair of the Reykjavík Global Forum; Jane..
The power of self-love: 2019 Women Leaders Global ForumMama Cax, a disability & body positive advocate, talks about the power of self-love at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Generation Disrupted: Earning Trust, Finding Meaning & Building SkillsThis panel discussion at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland, addresses the urgent need for business and government to work collaboratively to support and empower Gen Z and..
What are the key challenges leaders face as we approach the third decade of the 21st century?Participants in this discussion at the 2019 Women Leaders Global Forum in Reykjavik, Iceland, include: Julia Gillard, Prime Minister of Australia (2010-2013), Member of CWWL; Gita Gopinath, Chief..
CBSN's Elaine Quijano interviews journalist Maria RessaElaine Quijano, anchor of CBSN's "Red and Blue," interviewed award-winning Philippine journalist Maria Ressa on Wednesday at the Reykjavík Global Forum - Women Leaders in Iceland. Watch the full..
Bana al Abed: Children are still paying the price of a war they did not startBana al Abed, the 10-year-old Syrian girl who wrote "Dear World," speaks about war and education at the Women Political Leaders Global Forum taking place in Iceland.
Is there prejudice against women in leadership?Michelle Harrison, the CEO of Kantar Group data and consulting firm, joins CBSN to explain the "Reykjavik Index," which measures the level of comfort people in wealthy nations have with women in..
Reykjavík Global Forum - Women Leaders 2019Women leaders from around the world are gathering in Reykjavik, Iceland this week, with discussions throughout the day on Tuesday, November 19, and Wednesday, November 20.
McDonald’s cheeseburger practically unchanged a decade after sale in IcelandMcDonald’s Iceland closed all of its restaurants in 2009 but one man decided to make it a moment of history, buying the last hamburger and fries in the country and leaving it to decompose for the..
Iceland livestreams 10-year-old McDonald's cheeseburgerThe meal was bought from the Nordic nation's last McDonald's in 2009 to see if it would ever decay.
The Faroe Islands, home to a Michelin starThe Faroe Islands - a country of 18 tiny islands in-between Iceland and Norway, and officially part of the kingdom of Denmark - bill themselves as Europe's best-kept secret. But it may not be a secret..
Rescuing puffinsThe island of Heimaey, just off the coast of Iceland, is a breeding ground for Atlantic Puffins. But the colorful birds are not as plentiful here as they once were. Scientists say their numbers have..
Nature: Puffins"Sunday Morning" takes you today to northwestern Iceland, on a perfect day for puffins. Videographer: Jim Napoli.
Images reveal Iceland's glacier meltA photography project has highlighted the extent of ice loss from Iceland’s largest glaciers.
Fallout from Trump's trade wars felt by economies around the worldThe collateral damage of the United States' trade wars is being felt from the fjords of Iceland to the auto factories of Japan.
Kylian Mbappe to miss France's Euro qualifying matchesParis [France], Oct 9 (ANI): Striker Kylian Mbappe will miss France's Euro 2020 qualifying matches against Iceland and Turkey due to an injury, the France Football Federation confirmed on Tuesday..
Injured Pogba out of France squad as Mbappe and Kante returnKylian Mbappe, N'Golo Kante, Presnel Kimpembe and Steve Mandanda have been recalled to France's squad for their Euro 2020 qualifiers against Iceland and Turkey, but Paul Pogba is out through injury...
Millions of young people, led by Sweden's Thunberg, to strike for climate actionWith world leaders about to gather in New York for a UN Climate Action Summit next week, millions of young people from Australia to Iceland will take off from school or work on Friday to demand urgent..