REYKJAVIK, Iceland - Iceland's former Prime Minister Geir Haarde has been referred to a special court in a move that could make him the first world leader to be charged in connection with the global financial crisis.
REYKJAVIK, Iceland - A committee of Icelandic lawmakers split Saturday over whether to recommend an unprecedented prosecution of former leaders for failing to prevent the country's financial meltdown.
REYKJAVIK, Iceland - Iceland's government began considering on Thursday a bid by a private military training company to base a fleet of fighter jets at an ex-U.S.
REYKJAVIK/LONDON/BRUSSELS - An ash cloud from an Icelandic volcano Monday grounded some 1,000 flights in Europe and forced the temporary closure of several main airports in Britain and the Netherlands.
BERLIN - Airlines lost at least $1.7 billion during the volcanic ash crisis, the industry said Wednesday as air controllers lifted all restrictions on German airspace, paving the way for more flights into some of Europe's busiest airports.
- Airlines lose $1.7 billion, Germany opens airspace
- European flight bans extended as volcano spews ash
- Iceland bank meltdown under microscope
- Iceland's premier pressing IMF on bailout review
- Iceland votes 'no' to debt deal for collapsed bank
- Icelanders reject debt deal over collapsed bank
- Early results: Iceland voters reject debt deal
- Iceland expected to turn down bank failure repay
- Icelanders vote on deal to repay $5.3 billion
- Iceland braces for consequences of Icesave vote
- Iceland hopeful of deal in deposit dispute
- Iceland confirms receipt of revised Icesave offer
- Iceland cuts key rate half a point to 9.5 pct
- Icelandic parliament debates bill on referendum