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Toronto Sun

Greece PM Tsipras dismisses Europes warnings on referendum vote
Toronto Sun
ATHENS - Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras rejected European warnings that Greeks will be deciding on their future in the euro zone in a referendum on Sunday, saying negotiations would continue for a better deal with international creditors after the vote.

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New York Times

Alexis Tsipras Urges Greeks to Vote No in Referendum
New York Times
LONDON — Two days before a referendum that could change the shape of Europe, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday renewed his call for Greeks to reject the terms of a bailout offer, warning voters against caving in to “blackmail.” “I ask you to say ...

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Greece PM Tsipras dismisses Europe's warnings on referendum vote - Toronto Sun


The IMFs sad story
The Economist (blog)
ANALYSING a countrys debt sustainability sounds dry and nerdy. But the analysis the IMF prepared for Greece in late June spells out the truly tragic consequences of the Greek electorates decision in January to vote in a populist government led by ...

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Alexis Tsipras Urges Greeks to Vote No in Referendum - New York Times


ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest news on Greeces financial woes and its ...
Huffington Post
The eurozones financial rescue fund — officially Greeces largest creditor — says it considers the country to be in default, even though Athens has not missed a repayment to the fund itself. The European Financial Stability Fund said Friday it ...

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The IMF's sad story - The Economist (blog)


Why Greece and Germany just dont get along, in 15 charts
Washington Post (blog)
On Sunday, Greek voters will head to the polls to decide whether to endorse an austerity program that Europe demands the country put in place in exchange for continued financial assistance. If Greek voters say 'yes,' the bailout will continue and ...

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ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest news on Greece's financial woes and its ... - Huffington Post


MarketWatch

Opinion: At this late stage, theres still a way out of the Greek crisis
MarketWatch
The Greek crisis is a tragedy for the country and a danger for the world economy. Germany is demanding that Greece continue to service its debts in full, even though Greece is clearly broke and the International Monetary Fund has noted the need for ...

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Why Greece and Germany just don't get along, in 15 charts - Washington Post (blog)


Telegraph.co.uk

Greece crisis live: Greek banks will run out of money on Monday morning as ...
Telegraph.co.uk
... • Polls are neck-and-neck for Sundays referendum • Juncker: a no vote will dramatically weaken Greeces position • Greek banks down to €500m in cash reserves as economy crashes • Food and medicine shortages may hit tourists in Greece within days

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Opinion: At this late stage, there's still a way out of the Greek crisis - MarketWatch


Greeces Prime Minister Tsipras: IMF Report Shows Debts Are Unsustainable
Huffington Post
Greeces Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras delivers a speech to the lawmakers during an emergency Parliament session for the government’s proposed referendum in Athens, early Sunday, June 28, 2015. Greeces parliament has voted in favor of Prime ...

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Greece crisis live: Greek banks will run out of money on Monday morning as ... - Telegraph.co.uk


The Globe and Mail

Greek referendum: What to expect after a yes or no vote
The Globe and Mail
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsiprass plan to hold a referendum on Sunday on creditors demands for austerity has prompted a breakdown in talks with lenders, forced Greece to shut banks and left its future in the euro in doubt. The result of the vote ...

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Greece's Prime Minister Tsipras: IMF Report Shows Debts Are Unsustainable - Huffington Post


Greek PM Tsipras says IMF debt report justifies rejection of deal
Reuters UK
ATHENS Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Friday said an IMF analysis showing Greeces debt is unsustainable justifies his governments decision to reject an aid package from creditors that offered no debt relief. In a televised address to the ...

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