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Greeks vote for new budget

Greeks vote for new budget
Greece has passed a new budget with fresh spending cuts, amid protests in its capital city.

The budget, which was a precondition for the Greeks to be given a 31.5bn euro EU/IMF loan, passed by 167 votes to 128. More than 10,000 people protested in Athens.

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