Iceland has been hit by a significant increase in earthquakes, causing concern among its residents. The Reykjanes peninsula has experienced a series of earthquakes, leading to the evacuation of the town of Grindavík. The seismic activity has raised fears of a potential eruption of the Fagradalsfjall volcano. The Icelandic authorities are taking measures to protect a geothermal power plant from potential lava flows. While the seismic activity has decreased in intensity, the risk of a volcanic eruption remains significant.