From Iceland — RVK Newscast #135: Earthquakes Are Back! Plus A Few Words On La Palma

Valur Grettisson
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Art Bicnick

On today’s newscast: after months of quiet, over 200 earthquakes have been recorded around the volcano. Something just might be brewing under there and scientists have their suspicions as to what’s going on. We also bring you an update on the election and the mess with the Nortwest constituency. And finally, we discuss what’s happening in La Palma in Spain, and how it reminds us Icelanders of the notorious volcano in Vestmannaeyjar.

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Discover the volcanic eruptions and lava flows that make it a Iceland a geological wonderland. Featuring new material about the Geldingadalir eruption!

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