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Iceland News

1941: Submarine Attacks U.S. Destroyer in Atlantic Click Here to Open in a New Window
From the archives of the International Herald Tribune: The U.S.S. Greer is attacked by torpedoes and replies by firing depth charges in September 1941.
Vikings Possibly Spread Smooth-Riding Horses Around the World Click Here to Open in a New Window
DNA analysis of ancient horse remains suggests that ambling horses arose in England and Iceland before spreading to the rest of Eurasia.
An Icelandic Volcano Reveals Secrets of Its Eruption Click Here to Open in a New Window
The gradual collapse of the top of Bardarbunga volcano in 2014 contributed to a lengthy lava flow.
The ‘Little’ Teams That Kept on Running Click Here to Open in a New Window
In the year of the unexpected at Euro 2016, it was heart and spirit that mattered.
Iceland’s Run in Euro 2016 Ends With Frenetic First Half for France Click Here to Open in a New Window
France defeated Iceland, 5-2, after scoring four goals before halftime in a European Championships quarterfinal. It will face Germany in the semifinals.
How Tiny, Quirky Iceland Won Over Soccer Fans Worldwide Click Here to Open in a New Window
Iceland’s startling, feel-good run at the European Championships continues on Sunday with a quarterfinal game against France.
France Faces a Big Test: Winning Over Its Fans Click Here to Open in a New Window
Les Bleus, as the French team is known, have often endured a fractious relationship with their fans. When the team fails to impress, jeers and boos ring out from the stands.
England’s Fans Lament Loss to Iceland Click Here to Open in a New Window
After an unexpected loss to Iceland, English fan’s expressed frustration and disappointment.
Upset Loss to Iceland Has England Gnashing Its Teeth Click Here to Open in a New Window
Iceland, a country of about 300,000 people, beat England, 2-1, in the round of 16 at the European Championships.
Wayne Rooney Now Sets the Table for England Click Here to Open in a New Window
No longer the reticent goal scorer, Rooney has changed as a player and as a man; he is now the team's clear spokesman and playmaker.





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