Europe

    • People line up outside a branch of Cyprus' Housing Finance Corporation, a state-run bank that mainly helps low and middle income people, in capital Nicosia, March 29, 2013.
    • Supporters of the extreme right group National Popular Front (ELAM) take part in an anti-bailout protest outside parliament in Nicosia, Cyprus, March 28, 2013.
    • A Laiki Bank manager helps a police officer enter the bank after getting past depositors waiting outside the bank's branch in Nicosia, Cyprus, March 28, 2013.
    • People wait to enter at a branch of Laiki Bank shortly after it opened in Nicosia, Cyprus, March 28, 2013.
    • People wait for the opening of a branch of Laiki Bank in Nicosia, Cyprus, March 28, 2013.
    • A man walks with a parrot on his hat in front of a Bank of Cyprus branch before it opens in Nicosia, March 28, 2013.
    • A man reacts outside a branch of the Bank of Cyprus in Nicosia, March 28, 2013.

    Cyprus Vows to Stay in Eurozone

    Published March 29, 2013

    Banks opened Thursday, nearly two weeks after being shutdown amid the island's near-economic collapse.


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