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Greece’s new 48-member government will be sworn in on Saturday after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras completed his reshuffle late on Friday night.
The new line-up sees 15 new faces joining the government, with another 11 leaving office. The cabinet is also slightly larger than the last one, which had 46 members.
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