Tens of thousands of Greeks are taking part in a two-day strike to protest the latest austerity...

|By:, SA News Editor

Tens of thousands of Greeks are taking part in a two-day strike to protest the latest austerity and labor reforms, which are expected to be passed by parliament tomorrow. That, says EU Commissioner Olli Rehn, would keep Greece on track to achieve a deal with the troika next week to receive the latest tranche of its bailout. However, the eurozone and the ECB can't agree on who should help pay for Greece to receive more time to repay its loans.