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Iceland PM quits after Pirates advance in vote

REYKJAVIK: Iceland was gearing up Sunday for tough horsetrading over its next government after the anti-establishment Pirate Party and its allies gained ground against the ruling centre-right in a vote triggered by the Panama Papers scandal. Prime Minister Sigurdur Ingi Johannsson announced his resignation after his centrist Progressive Party -- which had been governing in a coalition with the conservative Independence Party -- suffered a drubbing in Saturday's vote. Final figures from the election, called after…