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Thousands rally in Iceland to call on gov't resignation
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Two protestors hold posters during a rally in Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, Nov. 15, 2008. Thousands of demonstrators took part in a rally here, calling on the government to resign for the national financial crisis. Iceland's central bank has raised its benchmark interest rate to 18% after the government took control of the three largest banks, however, the Icelandic economy remain in unprecedented turbulence, due to the lack of international aid loans and public confidence, and trade shrinking.[Xinhua Photo] 

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