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Germany: Zeus unleashes lightning storm over Berlin as Greeks vote 'no'00:40

Germany: Zeus unleashes lightning storm over Berlin as Greeks vote 'no'

Germany, Berlin
July 5, 2015 at 21:12 GMT +00:00 · Published

A storm of biblical proportions raged over Berlin on Sunday, possibly a forewarning that the Eurozone economy is about the feel the wrath of Zeus himself as Greek voters head towards a 'no' vote in the country's bailout referendum.

Earlier in the day, the people of Greece voted on whether the country will accept new austerity measures demanded by the country's creditors. At the time of writing more than 90 percent of the Greek bailout vote had been counted with 'no' voters leading with 61 percent. A 'no' vote rejects the measure that are demanded by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Commission (EC) - while a 'yes' would have accepted the institutions' conditions for a new Greek bailout package.

Germany: Zeus unleashes lightning storm over Berlin as Greeks vote 'no'00:40
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A storm of biblical proportions raged over Berlin on Sunday, possibly a forewarning that the Eurozone economy is about the feel the wrath of Zeus himself as Greek voters head towards a 'no' vote in the country's bailout referendum.

Earlier in the day, the people of Greece voted on whether the country will accept new austerity measures demanded by the country's creditors. At the time of writing more than 90 percent of the Greek bailout vote had been counted with 'no' voters leading with 61 percent. A 'no' vote rejects the measure that are demanded by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Central Bank (ECB) and the European Commission (EC) - while a 'yes' would have accepted the institutions' conditions for a new Greek bailout package.