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Police in Iceland really want drivers to stop looking at the Aurora

Police in Iceland really want drivers to stop looking at the Aurora A group of tourists left Keflavík International Airport in Iceland at some point during the past week and found themselves unable to stop staring at the sky.The Northern Lights were perhaps the biggest attraction they'd come to see, and here were the lights, right above them, just moments after entering the country.

Iceland's President said he would ban pineapple on pizza if he could

Iceland's President said he would ban pineapple on pizza if he could In what's being called a "political bombshell" by Iceland Magazine,  President of Iceland Guðni Th.Jóhannesson said he would ban pineapple as a topping on pizzas— if he were allowed to pass laws on his own.

Iceland's president clarifies he likes pineapples, just not on pizza

Iceland's president clarifies he likes pineapples, just not on pizza Few things are as divisive as pineapple on pizza, as the president of Iceland just experienced.After claiming that he was "fundamentally opposed" to pineapple as a pizza topping, Guðni Th.

The pineapple on pizza debate is tearing us apart

The pineapple on pizza debate is tearing us apart When you hear the phrase "pineapple on pizza" people are either drooling in hunger, dancing on a table at 3 a.The debate over whether to put fruit on your pizza dough is raging again and it's as ugly as a four-day-old slice.

Companies will have to prove equal pay in Iceland now, and it's pretty great

Companies will have to prove equal pay in Iceland now, and it's pretty great The government said it will introduce legislation to parliament this month, requiring all employers with more than 25 staff members to obtain certification to prove they give equal pay for work of equal value.The island nation, which has a population of about 330,000, wants to eradicate the gender pay gap by 2022.

Icelandic farmers discover 'unicorn' among their sheep

Icelandic farmers discover 'unicorn' among their sheep Just when you thought we'd reached peak unicorn, a sheep in Iceland has been discovered masquerading as the real thing.A ram, born last spring to family farmers Erla Porey Olafsdottir and her husband, Bjarni Bjarnason, in Hraunkot, Iceland, has been named, literally, "Unicorn," or "Einhyrningur" in Icelandic, according to a translation from the local newspaper the Iceland Monitor.