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nnnnn after days of deadlock the leaders have now landed within reach an agreement tonight's , if all parties wanted there hoping to succeed with a finance ministers failed what became a late night debates on reopening talks with grease dissolving into port one inside a cold across , europe is split save the latest and last chance bailout plans from athens , on one side those who want to give grounds for the sake of eurozone unity , yeah the guy creases in the euro zone or greece is no longer in your research but is not case it's a europe that retreats and does not progress and i don't want this , but on the other side to gang playing hardball and led by germany , the most important currency has been lost and that his trust and the reliability that means that we will have tough discussions today and they'll be no agreement at any price ndan feisty , this was then supposed to be a mere formality because of rising in brussels to adopt a deal already baked by that ministers , but we should have known that be no such luck don't expect a final deal tonight as ever is just another beginning