Greece: Time to decide

Nearly one in two Greeks intend to vote 'No' in a weekend referendum on the terms of the country's bailout, but capital control groups are boosting the 'Yes' camp, a poll showed. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called on Greeks to vote 'No' in the referendum, which will ask voters whether they want to accept the latest deal from Athens' creditors - a deal he has branded as 'humiliating.'
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In this handout photo provided by the Greek Prime Minister's Office, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsirpas delivers a televised address to the nation from his office at Maximos Mansion on July 1, 2015 in Athens, Greece. Mr Tsipras has vowed to push on with his plan for a referendum this Sunday on the recent proposals from the country's creditors. (Getty Images)
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This picture taken on July 1, 2015 in Thessaloniki shows a full moon seen through a banner reading 'NO,' taken during a demonstration for the 'NO' campaign. Nearly one in two Greeks intend to vote 'No' in a weekend referendum on the terms of the country's bailout, but capital control groups are boosting the 'Yes' camp, a poll showed today. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called on Greeks to vote 'No' in the referendum, which will ask voters whether they want to accept the latest deal from Athens' creditors - a deal he has branded as 'humiliating.' (AFP/Getty Images)
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Protestors march holding a torn European Union flag during a demonstration for the 'NO' campaign on July 1, 2015 in Thessaloniki. Nearly one in two Greeks intend to vote 'No' in a weekend referendum on the terms of the country's bailout, but capital control groups are boosting the 'Yes' camp, a poll showed today. Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called on Greeks to vote 'No' in the referendum, which will ask voters whether they want to accept the latest deal from Athens' creditors - a deal he has branded as 'humiliating.' (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pro-European Union protester demonstrate in front of the parliament in Athens on June 30, 2015. 2015. Thousands of people rallied in Athens in support of a bailout deal with international creditors which has been rejected by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, leaving Greece on the brink of default. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A pro-European Union protester waves an EU flag during a demonstration in front of the parliament in Athens on June 30, 2015. 2015. Thousands of people rallied in Athens in support of a bailout deal with international creditors which has been rejected by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, leaving Greece on the brink of default. (AFP/Getty Images)
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People queue to withdraw cash from an ATM machine in central Athens on June 30, 2015. European leaders want to 'sink' Greece's ruling Syriza party to block the rise of other far-left anti-austerity parties like its ally Podemos in Spain, Greece's Labour Minister Panos Skourletis said Tuesday. (AFP/Getty Images)
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People queue at the ATM machines of the Piraeus bank in central Athens, after the opening of the transactions on June 29, 2015. Greece ordered its banks to shut for one week and imposed capital controls today, sending markets tumbling after its citizens emptied ATMs on the eve of a potentially disastrous default. In a ray of hope, creditors left the door open to Greece for a last-ditch debt deal, in order to try and avert a dangerous default that could spark a Greek eurozone exit and raise serious questions about the future of the European Union. (AFP/Getty Images)