Tsipras speaks during an emergency parliament session in Athens.
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Bailout negotiators are due to return to Athens to start talks on a massive new rescue package after Greece's parliament approved tough new conditions set by lenders.Officials in Athens and at the European Union said negotiators are expected to start arriving Friday, marking the first time high-level talks will be held in the Greek capital since Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' left-wing government assumed power in late January.The news came hours after parliament approved a second round of reforms Greece's European creditors had demanded before the negotiations could start. A government official in Athens, who asked not to be identified because negotiations had not formally started, said Greece was determined to resist any further conditions being set for the third bailout.
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