Greek coalition braces for internal debate over agreement with lenders

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Greece and its lenders appear to be heading for an agreement by the next European Council on Thursday after a full day of talks in Brussels on Monday, which means that focus may soon shift to whether Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras can sell this deal to his party and coalition partner.

Following Monday’s eurozone leaders’ summit, European Council President Donald Tusk said technical talks would continue with the aim of another Eurogroup being held on Wednesday. Finance ministers would then leave EU leaders to sign off on the deal at T...

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