Voters in Iceland reject bank collapse compensation deal
Icelanders have rejected the latest plan to repay the UK and Netherlands some 4bn euros lost when the country's banking system collapsed in 2008.
It is the second time a referendum has rejected a repayment deal and the case will now go to an international court. Joe Lynam reports.
This video has been updated as an earlier version included an incorrect figure.
10 Apr 2011
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