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JUDY WOODRUFF: The nation of Greece and its creditors reached a preliminary deal to avert immediate financial collapse, but it demands that the struggling country make major concessions and means continued sacrifice and hardship for its people. NewsHour special correspondent Malcolm Brabant has this report. MALCOLM BRABANT: Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras emerged after a long night of bitter negotiations. PRIME MINI... Source: pbs.org

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