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Negotiations between Greece and its lenders were due to resume at the Brussels Group level on Thursday after a lengthy cabinet meeting in Athens on Wednesday night.
Officially, the cabinet approved the continuation of the talks but seeing as ministers met behind closed doors for some five hours, it is clear that much more was discussed.
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