Thousands of people have attended a concert in Cyprus in a bid to help those struggling as a result of the country's financial crisis.
Cyprus' rescue deal has sent shivers through southern Europe after a key eurozone figure said it would be a model for future bailouts.
The future is uncertain for the people who must live with the consequences of Cyprus' "painful" bailout deal.
Laiki Bank opens in Lakatamia after delay. Four people are being allowed in at a time.
The Bank of Cyprus opens its doors. Customers are being allowed in in smallgroups:
Laiki Bank staff at its branch in Lakatamia, just outside Nicosia, have just put a sign on the door saying "we can't open we have a technical problem." It is not clear yet if it is a short delay or a software problem.
Laiki is the bank in the worst shape over here. The queue of 20 are very restrained.
Cyprus banks have opened their doors in central Nicosia after almost a two week closure.
Minor queues are starting to form outside banks in suburbs of Nicosia. Thequeues are mainly those without bank cards who have been unable to use ATMsduring bank closures.
Queues of about 50 people at branches in the suburbs - mainly older people who don't have debit or credit cards, so need the branch.
The Cyprus government pleaded with people to stay away from banks. It looks like they have listened. With such strict limits, it's not surprising really.
Banks in Cyprus are preparing to reopen after being closed for almost two weeks, amid the country's financial crisis. Customers will be subject to restrictions about the amount of cash that can be withdrawn.