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Eurozone leaders have reached a ‘unanimous agreement’ on a third Greek bailout after marathon talks in Brussels.
EU President Donald Tusk says the deal includes ‘serious reforms’ and has now called for Finance Ministers to meet again to discuss the document – which comes after over 16 hours of negotiations.The Greek government had been resisting calls to have the IMF involved in any new bailout – and a German demand to move 50 billion euro worth of public assets out of the country to serve as collateral for fresh loans. Reporter Shona Murray is in Brussels – she says Greece has been given a number of serious reforms to make by Wednesday if it wants to stay in the Euro: