Iceland made history this week, but not in a good way. For the first time since the nation became an independent republic, armed police shot and killed a man, startling a population accustomed to peace.
The ash plume over Iceland's GrímsvÃ¶tn volcano has almost disappeared. But the ash that has fallen over the past days is something of a nightmare for people on the ground. Icelandic journalist Thora Arnorsdottir speaks to anchor Lisa Mullins about it.
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