Cyprus government holds bailout crisis talks

The government of Cyprus is holding a series of crisis meetings, as it tries to avoid bankruptcy.

MPs rejected a controversial bill to dip into peoples savings. Without it, the banking sector will collapse, and the country could even be forced to leave the euro.

Al Jazeera’s Peter Sharp reports from capital Nicosia.

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