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Icelanders take to the streets

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More than 1,000 Icelanders took to the streets of the capital Reykjavik to demonstrate against their government's handling of the banking crisis.

People chanted calls for prime minister Geir Haarde and central bank head David Oddsson to resign after a week when the central bank raised interest rates to a record high of 18%.

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