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BUSINESS LINE | 13/05 18:00 CET

Varoufakis calls Greek situation, “terribly urgent” and Microsoft says “bye, bye” to Vista

Varoufakis calls Greek situation, “terribly urgent”  and Microsoft says “bye, bye” to Vista

Greece and its government are having a tough week. Athens repaid money to the International Monetary Fund but the action didn't help unblock international aid for the country. We speak to Euronews' correspondents in Brussels and Athens to get a bigger picture on what's been…