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Boost for Greece in debt bailout saga

International financial inspectors say they have reached agreement with Greece on reforms to put the nation's troubled economy back on track.

Terms have been agreed between Greece and the troika of bodies which has been mulling if Athens will get any new loans.

The EU, IMF and European Central Bank say Greece is now likely to get 8bn euros ($11bn; £7bn) more in emergency funds.

Andrew Walker reports.

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