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Murders Are Rare In Iceland...But Not Since MUSLIMS Arrived! TWO MUSLIM REFUGEES MURDER Iceland Girl


ICELAND, WORLD'S SAFEST COUNTRY, IN SHOCK OVER RARE MURDER

LONDON (AP) -- Iceland, ranked the world's most peaceful country, is reeling after police said a young woman whose body was found on a beach was murdered. Gunnar Runar Sveinejornsson, spokesman for the Reykjavik Metropolitan Police, said Birna Brjansdottir, 20, went missing on Jan. 14 after a night out with friends. He says her body was found near the capital after a week-long search. Her shoes were found earlier at a nearby town called Hafnarfjordur. Two men from Greenland aged in their 20s are in police custody after being airlifted by police helicopter from a fishing trawler, Sveinejornsson says. No charges have been laid. Murders are rare in Iceland, with a population of 331,000. The country tops the Institute for Economics and Peace's global peace index. "The nation is shocked," Sveinejornsson said Wednesday. Source

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