Greece debt: Government reaches deal with creditors

Greece has reached an agreement with its creditors that allows it to continue to claim bailout funds. Without the loans, the government would go bankrupt. But the agreement means more cuts, which are proving politically painful for the Syriza party

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    Greece has reached an agreement with its creditors that allows it to continue to claim bailout funds.

    Without the loans, the government would go bankrupt.

    But the agreement means more cuts, which are proving politically painful for the ruling Syriza party.

     

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Athens.


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