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Supporters of the Communist Party of Greece hold their party flags as they march towards Syntagma square in Athens, Greece, July 02, 2015 for a demonstration ahead of the referendum on July 05, 2015.

A stork family stands in their nest in front of the full moon near Lebus, eastern Germany, Thursday, July 2, 2015.

Ioakim Mylonopoulos an unemployed store owner, dressed as an ancient Spartan warrior who poses for photographs with tourists, fixes his costume, in Athens, Monday, June 29, 2015.

A view of the beach where 38 people were shot dead on 26 June in front of the Hotel Imperial Marhaba in Sousse, Tunisia, 1 July 2015.

A Softbank's humanoid robot "Pepper" works as a part time staff at a specialty shop selling Tottori prefecture's products in Tokyo, Japan, July 1, 2015.

Hot air balloons fly near Neris river in the center of Vilnius, Lithuania, Tuesday, June 30, 2015

An activist poses on the street in front of Turkish riot police blocking a road during a rally on the occasion of the 13th annual Gay Pride Parade in Istanbul, Turkey, June 28, 2015.

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Greece Set to Hold Referendum on Terms of Bailout Deal

1 of 12 | July 1, 2015, Wednesday // 19:30 EPA/BGNES

A man holds bags with goods at the central market of Athens, Greece, 01 July 2015. The government has made new concessions in talks with its creditors, though some European officials said they were still not good enough.

The Greek government on 30 June presented a last-minute proposal for a two-year agreement with the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) to fully cover its financing needs, combined with debt restructuring.

"From the first we made clear that the decision to call a referendum was not the end but the continuation of a negotiation seeking better terms for the Greek people," ...

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