Greece's Tsipras Signals Compromise on Debt Deal
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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras accepted creditors' proposals as a basis for compromise to end a standoff over its bailout. In a letter to the EU and the IMF, Tsipras signaled sticking points remain on pensions and tax discounts to Greek islands. [Full Story]
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