Jun 14, 2015

Greek bailout talks end without breakthrough in Brussels

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Commission says that weekend talks to find common ground between international creditors and Greece were unsuccessful and left a wide rift that needs to be closed within two weeks to avoid a possible Greek default. An EU Commission official, who refused to be identified because of the sensitivity of the negotiations, said that "the talks did not succeed as there...

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