Greek voters on Eurozone crisis referendum: ‘We’re not afraid of fear any more’

Greece’s prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, has called a referendum this Sunday in which Greeks have been asked to vote whether to accept or refuse a bailout deal from their international creditors.
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But the deal has already been taken off the table. What they’re really voting on this weekend is whether Greece should become the first country to leave the eurozone. Phoebe Greenwood meets the no and yes voters in Athens charged with deciding their country’s – and Europe’s – future.

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