A pedestrian walks by a shut-down Bank of Cyprus branch which had its automatic teller machines removed while graffiti on the wall reads in Greek “thieves” in the capital Nicosia on Monday May 5,

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A pedestrian walks by a shut-down Bank of Cyprus branch which had its automatic teller machines removed while graffiti on the wall reads in Greek “thieves” in the capital Nicosia on Monday May 5, 2014. Cyprus’ banking sector was hit hardest from a 10 billion rescue from other euro area countries and the International Monetary Fund that kept the country from sliding into bankruptcy. The rescue deal sapped confidence in the banking sector after forcing the seizure of uninsured savings in the country’s two largest banks to recapitalize the largest Bank of Cyprus, while the smaller Laiki was shut down. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)

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Associated Press
Tue, May 6, 2014 11:10 AM EDT