Yannis Palaiologos

author, 'The 13th Labour of Hercules'

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Reporter for the Kathimerini newspaper in Athens, Greece; author of The 13th Labour of Hercules: Inside the Greek Crisis

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Despite street protests last night in Athens, the Greek parliament agreed to accept more austerity by a vote of 229-64. Today, European financial officials pledged support and money.

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras persuaded Greeks to defy demands from their country’s creditors.

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