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Greece will on Wednesday present a revised bailout request "taking into account" the concerns of international creditors and seek aid to tide it over until the end of the month, a government official said. The modified request -- acceptance of which is seen as crucial to keeping Greece in the eurozone -- will be submitted to the Eurogroup of finance ministers after a presentation on Tuesday fell flat. "The Greek government will tomorrow (Wednesday) present a 'common ground' document for a sustainable agreement, taking into account the outcome of the referendum, the common positions of political leaders and the proposals of the (creditor) institutions," the official said late Tuesday.
Global powers wrestling for a deal to curtail Iran's suspect nuclear programme failed to meet another deadline Tuesday, with all sides vowing to now keep working until the end of the week. "We are continuing to negotiate for the next couple of days," EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini told reporters during a break in negotiations in Vienna. Negotiators were taking the talks "day by day" as they seek to slot into place the last pieces of a complex negotiation which has lasted almost two years now to deny Iran a nuclear bomb in return for sanctions relief.