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22 Dec
Iceland's capital Reykjavik was shaken by two earthquakes early Wednesday, just days after a months-long volcano eruption whose images went viral around the world was declared officially over.
20 Dec
The eruption of an volcano in Iceland, which drew hundreds of thousands of tourists and was the longest in 50 years, has been declared officially over, the authorities said Monday.

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