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Greeks Agree To Austerity With E.U. And IMF

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After marathon talks, Greek politicians finally agreed to tough austerity measures to qualify for another bailout from the European Union and International Monetary Fund. The measures will likely pass parliament, but it remains to be seen whether the deal can save Greece from eventual bankruptcy. The Greek finance minister flew to Brussels to see if the deal really will pass muster with the E.U.
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