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From Europe, Lew finds little leverage to push for Greek deal

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By Greg Robb, Market Watch

The United States doesn’t have much sway to get the parties in the Greek debt crisis to put aside their differences and reach a deal on an economic reform package that could free up assistance to the cash-strapped country, experts said.

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Time Politicians Handed Greece an Ultimatum

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Time may have come for the eurozone to offer Greece a political solution

By Simon Nixon, Wall Street Journal

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EU officials quell Greek optimism

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By Dow Jones

Officials in Athens suggested that talks with Greece's creditors over fresh bailout funds had reached a final stage, though European Union officials said negotiators still had much work to do before sealing a deal. 

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The Heat Is on Greece’s Alexis Tsipras, From Inside and Out

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By NIKI KITSANTONIS, New York Times

ATHENS — With Greece in the final stretch of negotiations with its creditors, aimed at unlocking rescue loans the country needs to avert an imminent default, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras faces growing pressure from the ranks of his own party.
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Anti-austerity parties soar in Spanish elections as Greece threatens default

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By Cory Doctorow

Two new, anti-establishment parties (including one that grew out of the indignados movement -- a kind of Spanish precedent to Occupy) took key seats in regional and municipal elections in yesterday's Spanish election, which is a kind of dress rehearsal for the upcoming national elections.

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