Iceland’s government, only formed in January, has been thrown into disarray after one of the three ruling coalition parties quit. It follows the alleged cover-up by Prime Minister Bjarni Benediktsson of a scandal involving his father. Óttarr Proppé’s Bright Future party announced it was terminating cooperation with the government over what it called a “serious breach of trust.”

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