German Chancellor Angela Merkel attends a joint news conference with the Prime Minister of Luxemburg Xavier Bettel after a meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, Germany, Tuesday, June 16, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Tuesday she was willing to do all she could to keep Greece in the euro zone but insisted the onus remained on Athens and its creditors to break a deadlock and reach a deal.Greece has been trying to bypass its creditors by urging Merkel and other leaders to strike a "political deal" to unlock aid.In Berlin, the leader of Merkel's conservative bloc in parliament said he expected Tsipras' leftist government to cave in to clinch a deal before the end of this month.Even if Greece were to clinch a deal in the coming days, it would have to be approved by euro zone finance ministers, the Greek parliament and several European parliaments, including the Bundestag.
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