Protesters wave EU and a Greek flags during a pro-European demonstration in front of the Greek parliament in Athens on June 18, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ARIS MESSINIS
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Greece does not want any more help from the IMF, minister of state Nikos Pappas said Sunday on the eve of a summit which could determine whether the country crashes out of the eurozone.The EU's involvement in the huge bailout, which was to provide 240 billion euro in loans in exchange for drastic austerity measures and reforms, runs out at the end of this month, but IMF support was to supposed to continue to March 2016 .Talks between Greece and its lenders have deadlocked for nine months over the payment of the next 7.2-billion-euro tranche of the bailout, with talk also turning to an extension of the European help.
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