Iceland government survives confidence vote

Iceland's new prime minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson (5th L) of the Progressive Party and other government members attend a meeting chaired by Iceland's President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson (C) at the President's residence in Reykjavik, on April 7, 2016Reykjavik (AFP) – Iceland’s parliament on Friday rejected an opposition motion of no-confidence in the new government, which is struggling to shake off revelations from the leaked Panama Papers which have already forced the prime minister to step down.

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