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Greek Minister Accuses Creditors Of 'Terrorism'

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Greece's creditors have been accused of "terrorism" by the country's finance minister as Greeks prepare to vote on a possible new bailout deal.


Yanis Varoufakis claimed the International Monetary Fund, European Central Bank and the European Union wanted to "humiliate Greeks" as he argued for a "no" in Sunday's referendum.

The vote could decide Greece's future as a member of Europe's single currency and comes amid a new warning that a "no" result could hasten their departure from the euro.

The country's arch-critic - Germany's finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble - said Greece would remain part of the eurozone whatever happened, but could temporarily lose the single currency.

People across Greece are preparing to vote, with many travelling back to their home regions to do so.



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