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REUTERS/Geirix 5/5 By Stine Jacobsen and Zoe Robert | REYKJAVIK REYKJAVIK Support for Iceland's Pirates in parliamentary elections has turned out lower than anticipated, making it less likely that the anti-establishment party will be part of a new government, early election results showed on Sunday. Voters looked to oust the governing center-right government in its current form, though the ruling coalition partner, the Independence Party, took a stronger lead than expected, signaling that voters recognized the efforts made to stabilize the economy after a 2008 banking collapse. The Pirate

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