- Millions of people who might have trouble accessing the Pirate Bay were shown ads for a free gateway.
- Whether you prefer to indulge in all-inclusive luxury or escape the beaten path altogether, we’ve got a Spring Break idea for you.
- A virtual battle in "EVE Online" could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- Charlie Sheen joked on Twitter that he married his 24-year-old girlfriend Brett Rossi.
- Political groups in Iceland are attempting to prevent a highway from being built by claiming the project could destroy sacred Elf habitat.
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- Former MTV star Bam Margera wed his girlfriend model Nicole Boyd on stage during a rock concert in Iceland.
- The Norwegian carrier demanded that Boeing repair the plane, while Poland’s LOT wants compensation from Boeing for revenue losses.
- The WikiLeaks whistle-blower read a 35-page statement explaining his decision to release classified information to the anti-secrecy website.
- Iceland's airports were closed Sunday and transatlantic flights were being diverted around that country's airspace after a major volcanic eruption.
- DJ Seth Sharp grabbed footage of Assange dancing alone at a club in Reykjavik, Iceland, where Sharp was performing.
- The president of Iceland has called for a referendum on a proposal to repay 4-billion euros to citizens of Britain and the Netherlands in connection with the collapse of the Icesave bank.
- The offer price for tickets are valid for various European destinations, including London, Edinburgh, Belfast, Copenhagen, Billund, Aalborg, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Oslo, Paris, Berlin, Frankfurt and Warsaw.
- During the dark days of 2008 as its banking system and economy was collapsing, the cash-strapped government of Iceland asked the United States for a $1-billion loan, according to a WikiLeaks document.
- Barcelona is the best place to party for New Year with best parties in the world, Skyscanner, a leading travel search site has revealed. The Spanish city tops the site’s list of most popular places for partying on New Year, followed by Edinburgh and Iceland.