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Alexis Tsipras delivered on Tuesday his long-awaited speech to mark the end of Greece’s third bailout, suggesting the country has a chance to make a new start after completing more than eight years under EU-IMF programmes.
As had been rumoured, Tsipras spoke from the Ionian island of Ithaca. The location was chosen intentionally as it acted as a natural book-end to the speech delivered by George Papandreou in April 2010, when he announced that Greece had asked for its fir...
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