Tsipras and lenders leave themselves with fading chances of salvaging deal

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Talks between Greece and its lenders resume this week from a much worse starting position than they did last week following a series of negative developments over the last few days.

After each side rejected the other’s proposals for a set of reforms to unlock 7.2 billion euros in bailout funding, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras told Parliament on Friday that he felt let down by the plan presented to him by European Commission Preside...

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