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Greece stays in euro for now - but for a 'draconian' price

A clearly worn and embarrassed Mr Tsipras claims: "We fought a righteous battle to the end. The great majority of Greek people will support this effort."


IN what critics describe as a draconian,  toxic deal, Greek premier Alexis Tsipras has reneged on his word to his electorate and accepted severe eurozone austerity measures to remain in the euro.

Relieved at the agreement hammered out after 26 hours of weekend negotiations,

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