Greece latest: IMF fuels tensions with $66BN aid call

Anti-EU protesters scuffle with police outside the European Commission offices in Athens, Greece.
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Anti-EU protesters scuffle with police outside the European Commission offices in Athens, Greece.

Stay tuned for more analysis on Greece as the country heads towards a referendum on Sunday, with tensions running even higher after an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report said the country needed 60 billion euros in additional aid.

The IMF also said Greece would need comprehensive debt relief. The report sparked another defiant message from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who used a television interview to urge Greeks to vote against the lenders' most recent offer.

We'll keep you updated with all the developments:

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