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'Troika get out' - that's the message from Cypriot students marching on parliament. They accuse international lenders of drinking the government's blood by making bank depositors pay for the country's financial crisis. (SOUNDBITE) (English) HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT, THOMAS, SAYING: "They've just gotten rid of all our dreams, everything we've worked for, everything we've achieved up until now, what our parents have achieved." Cyprus would be bankrupt without an EU bailout. But unlike Greece, reaction on the island has been relatively muted. Some say Cypriots are failing to grasp the gravity of their predicament. But Robert Cole from Reuters Breakingviews says that's not the case. (SOUNDBITE) (ENGLISH) REUTERS BREAKINGVIEWS, ROBERT COLE, SAYING: "Underneath I would be astonished if the broad mass of Cypriot people weren't really, really worried, and didn't feel really, really let down. So just because there's not petrol bombs being thrown