There was blood, sweat and tears on the streets of Athens last night, as violent clashes broke out and the Greek parliament voted on wide-reaching reforms that are a condition of a third bailout from lenders.
In the early hours of Thursday morning, the austerity bill that will pave the way for financial aid worth 86 billion euros ($94 billion) was approved with 229 votes in the 300-seat chamber. There were 64 votes against it and six abstentions.
As voting got underway, however, there were rebellions both within parliament and outside it. Some of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' own party voted against the measures, and up to 10,000 anti-austerity protestors demonstrated across the Greek capital. Some of the protests became violent and police used tear gas to try to disperse groups throwing petrol bombs.
Against a backdrop of both agreement and rebellion over yet another stringent bailout, what happens next? CNBC explains.