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People line up to withdraw cash at a Swedbank automatic teller machine (ATM) in Riga on December 12, 2011. More than 100 cashpoints in Latvia had run out of money on December 12 following a banking panic apparently caused by rumors on the Twitter social media network. A total of 126 out of 298 ATMs belonging to Swedbank, the country's biggest lender, had run dry after demand for cash soared 10-fold late on December 11, according to a statement on the Swedish-owned bank's homepage. AFP PHOTO / ILMARS ZNOTINS (Photo credit should read ILMARS ZNOTINS/AFP/Getty Images)
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People line up to withdraw cash at a Swedbank automatic teller machine (ATM) in Riga on December 12, 2011. More than 100 cashpoints in Latvia had run out of money on December 12 following a banking panic apparently caused by rumors on the Twitter social media network. A total of 126 out of 298 ATMs belonging to Swedbank, the country's biggest lender, had run dry after demand for cash soared 10-fold late on December 11, according to a statement on the Swedish-owned bank's homepage. AFP PHOTO / ILMARS ZNOTINS (Photo credit should read ILMARS ZNOTINS/AFP/Getty Images)
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People line up to withdraw cash at a Swedbank automatic teller... News Photo 135535667Automatic,Cashier,Finance,Horizontal,In A Row,Latvia,Machinery,People,Riga,Wealth,WithdrawalPhotographer Collection: AFP 2011 AFPPeople line up to withdraw cash at a Swedbank automatic teller machine (ATM) in Riga on December 12, 2011. More than 100 cashpoints in Latvia had run out of money on December 12 following a banking panic apparently caused by rumors on the Twitter social media network. A total of 126 out of 298 ATMs belonging to Swedbank, the country's biggest lender, had run dry after demand for cash soared 10-fold late on December 11, according to a statement on the Swedish-owned bank's homepage. AFP PHOTO / ILMARS ZNOTINS (Photo credit should read ILMARS ZNOTINS/AFP/Getty Images)