Protests erupted in the streets of Athens last night, but the Greek parliament nevertheless approved more punishing austerity measures than the ones its people rejected via popular referendum barely a week earlier. Prime Minster Alex Tsipras's about-face has been unbelievable, from calling the referendum to immediately rejecting its result, firing his Finance Minister and then ushering in a worse deal. ...

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