Pensioners wait to enter a National Bank branch to receive their pensions, which were deposited in the bank, on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. (AP Photo/Petros Giannakouris)
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Germany backs Greek deal despite worriesGerman lawmakers signaled that they would approve an extension of Greece's bailout with an overwhelming majority in parliament Friday although many would do so reluctantly amid fears Athens will not deliver on its reform promises.Combative Schaeuble, who has taken a tough stance with Greece, has lobbied lawmakers to back the extension, arguing Athens is not getting softer conditions, just more time.A poll published this week showed that only 21 percent of Germans back an extension.
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