An Orthodox priest passes in front of the parliament building in Athens, on Jan. 30, 2015. Greece’s Parliamentary Budget Office, which makes quarterly recommendations to lawmakers, warned that the country faces default unless a deal with creditors is reached soon.
An Orthodox priest passes in front of the parliament building in Athens, on Jan. 30, 2015. Greece’s Parliamentary Budget Office, which makes quarterly recommendations to lawmakers, warned that the country faces default unless a deal with creditors is reached soon. AP
An Orthodox priest passes in front of the parliament building in Athens, on Jan. 30, 2015. Greece’s Parliamentary Budget Office, which makes quarterly recommendations to lawmakers, warned that the country faces default unless a deal with creditors is reached soon. AP

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