Greece Heads to Elections With Euro, Bailout at StakeMaria Petrakis, Natalie Weeks and Marcus Bensasson
The leaders of Greece’s two biggest parties clashed over how the country could stay in the euro, underscoring the political deadlock that triggered the decision to hold a second national vote in six weeks.
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