Talks between Greece and its official creditors in Brusselsbroke up on Monday after the country's new government said it couldnot accept euro-area proposals for it to stick to the terms of itsbailout.


The Greek government labeled the eurogroup's demands as “absurd”and “unacceptable,” in an emailed statement shortly before themeeting ended.


–With assistance from Stephanie Bodoni, Rainer Buergin, RebeccaChristie, Corina Ruhe, Jonathan Stearns, Kevin Costelloe,Alessandro Speciale, Andrew Atkinson, Mark Deen, Karl StagnoNavarra, Ben Sills, Radoslav Tomek and Ian Wishart in Brussels.


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