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Yes or no, complex political developments lie ahead for Greece
Up to 9.85 million registered voters will cast a ballot in this Sunday’s referendum, which could decide whether Greece’s future lies within the eurozone or not.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. and close 12 hours later. The first results are expected to be broadcast by 9 p.m. but it is not clear if an accurate projection will be available then. As this is Greece’s first referendum in more than 40 years and the result is ...
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