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Greece offers concessions in talks with lenders

To avert national bankruptcy, PM Tsipras's team makes compromises to enable fresh aid of 750m euro to meet IMF payment on May 12

AVERTING A GREEK TRAGEDY: Jobseekers queueing at a job centre in Athens, Greece. A new poll showed over three-quarters of Greeks feel Athens must strike a deal at any cost to stay in the euro.


GREECE'S leftist government on Thursday offered its biggest concessions so far in a race to remove roadblocks in crunch talks with lenders on a cash-for-reforms package.

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras's three-month-old government is under growing pressure at home and abroad

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