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Greek debt crisis remains unresolved; Thousands of pro-bailout supporters rally in Athens

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The Greek bailout crisis remains unresolved, with European Finance Chiefs saying they would continue to examine Athens' last minute debt relief proposal today. The eurozone's 19 Finance Ministers discussed the Greek plan for a two year loan deal in an emergency phone conference last night, just hours before the country's massive bailout program expired at midnight.

But several officials said no agreement was reached and the Finance Chiefs said they would hold a new tele conference today. Athens made the offer even as it failed to make a 1.8 billion dollars loan payment that it owed the International Monetary Fund yesterday. Greece has become the first developed country to default on its debt to the IMF.

Details of the new offer were sketchy, but the office of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said the government is proposing a deal that would fully cover the country's financial needs with the simultaneous restructuring of debt. Earlier, Mr Tsipras had urged Greeks to reject creditors' tough reform demands in a referendum on next Sunday.

Meanwhile, thousands of people rallied in Athens yesterday in support of the bailout deal with international creditors. Tspiras was forced to impose capital controls after news of the breakdown in talks sent anxious Greeks rushing to ATMs to withdraw their savings in case of a Greek exit from the eurozone. Banks have shut their doors and are likely to re-open on Sunday.

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