23.09.2011
Nordic Food Day at DC's public schools.
October 26th is designated the Nordic Food Day in 125 public schools in Washington, D.C. when the students will be served among other treats, Norwegian salmon, Swedish meatballs and Icelandic skyr.
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27.08.2011
Iceland completes IMF Programme
The Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) completed and approved on Friday the sixth and final review of Iceland's Economic Recovery Programme, supported by a Stand-By Arrangement, making the country the first to complete such a pr...
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04.08.2011
The Snorri Sturluson Icelandic Fellowships
The Snorri Sturluson Icelandic Fellowships are granted to writers, translators and scholars (not students) in the field of humanities from outside Iceland, to enable them to stay in Iceland for a period of at least three months, in order to improve t...
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14.06.2011
OECD - ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
In the chapter on Iceland in the new Economic Outlook from the OECD, the economy of Iceland is projected to grow by 2.2 % this year and 2.9 % in 2012. The chapter on Iceland starts on page 149 in the OECD Economic Outlook Pdf:
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06.06.2011
Safe in Iceland
Iceland's President
Iceland is the world's most peaceful country according to the Global Peace Index 2011. There is minimum risk in almost all categories, including the one addressing the degree to which political instituions are sufficiently stable to support the needs...
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03.06.2011
Nordic Food Days, June 20 - 26
Iceland's President
The Embassies of Iceland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland will bring to the United States for the very first time some of the world’s best Chefs from June 20 - 26. The Embassy of Iceland is the proud founder of the Nordic Days in Washington, D.C...
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01.06.2011
Grímsvötn Eruption is Over
The Department of Civil Protection has abated emergency levels to normal. Volcanologist Steinunn Jakobsdóttir at the University of Iceland, told AFP News, that no volcanic activity has been detected since 28 May.
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31.05.2011
Nordiz Jazz 2011
Iceland's President
The Embassies of Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland in collaboration with Twins Jazz present: Nordic Jazz 2011 !
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25.05.2011
Volcanic activity significantly reduced
Activity in the volcanic eruption in Grimsvotn in southern Iceland is significantly reduced and the volcano is reduced to emitting mostly low steam, 100-200 meters. Small explosions can still be expected, according to information from the Icelandic M...
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