Greek Finance Minister Resigns Following ‘No’ Vote

Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned Monday, a day after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected a demand by the country's lenders to impose more austerity measures on the country in exchange for new bailout loans for the government in Athens.

His resignation was a surprise because Varoufakis had said he would only resign if his countrymen voted in favor of accepting the austerity demands. READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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