Nov 13, 2015

The world in brief, November 13th 2015 | Espresso

Trade unions in Greece organised the first general strike since the left-wing Syriza party took office in January. Thousands marched in protest at austerity measures agreed to by the government with international creditors; Syriza encouraged Greeks to take part. Ministers and creditors continue to argue about reforms required to unlock bail-out money: a tranche of €2 billion ($2.2 billion) has...

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