£14.5bn bailout for Greek banks
The recapitalisation comes amid political uncertainty in the debt-stricken country after inconclusive elections on May 6 saw a rise in support for anti-bailout parties and cast doubt over Greece's future involvement in the single currency.
The European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) money will be disbursed to the National Bank of Greece, Eurobank, Alpha Bank and Bank of Piraeus.
Meanwhile, pharmacies across Greece are staging a day-long strike in protest at unpaid fees from the largest healthcare provider.
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