Jun 30, 2015

Democracy Now! - As Greece Heads for Default, Voters Prepare to Vote in Pivotal Referendum on More Austerity | Listen via Stitcher Radio On Demand

Listen to Democracy Now! episodes free, on demand. Tens of thousands of Greeks have protested against further austerity cuts ahead of a key referendum on a new European bailout. The demonstrations come as the country confirms it will not meet the deadline for a $1.8 billion loan repayment due by 6 p.m. Eastern time tonight, deepening Greece’s fiscal crisis and threatening its exit from the...

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