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Greece crunch-time as Euro talks break down

The Greek government says it is confident that a deal with its creditors in the Eurozone can be reached, despite the collapse of talks last night after it rejected the conditions for extending its bailout.

Eurozone finance ministers have given the country's anti-austerity government until Friday to agree.

There is concern that Greece could run out of money and be forced out of the Euro.

Our Europe Correspondent Gavin Lee reports.

  • 17 Feb 2015
  • From the section Europe
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