(From BBC News)
A huge iceberg has drifted close to a village in western Greenland, prompting a partial evacuation in case it splits and the resulting wave swamps homes.
The iceberg is looming over houses on a promontory in the Innaarsuit village but is grounded and did not move overnight, local media say.
Local officials say they have never seen such a big iceberg before.
Last summer, four people died after waves swamped houses in northwestern Greenland after an earthquake.
Those of Inaarsuit’s 169 residents living nearest the iceberg have been moved, Danish news agency Ritzau said.