Cyprus parliament to hold bailout crisis session

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Cyprus' parliament is due to hold an emergency session to discuss a big bailout, which has angered the public.

The 10bn-euro ($13bn; £8.6bn) bailout agreed by the EU and IMF demands that all bank customers pay a one-off levy.

This led to mass cash withdrawals, and President Nicos Anastasiades later said he wanted to ease the bailout terms.

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