Protesters in Reykjavik.
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Panama papers: Protesters call for Icelandic PM's resignation

Protesters in Iceland are demanding their prime minister's resignation over allegations he concealed investments in an offshore company.

Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson earlier refused to resign after details about Wintris, which he owned with his wife, were made public in a massive data leak.

He did not declare an interest in the company when entering parliament in 2009, but says no rules were broken.

  • 04 Apr 2016
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