This Thursday Greece passed austerity measures required as part of the international bailout of their struggling economy. Despite the measures, they may not be enough to control the crisis, and instability may spread to other European countries.
The European Central Bank meets in Lisbon today to try to find a way to stop Greece's economic crisis from spreading. Meanwhile, Greece's parliament is set to vote on budget cuts to help curb the country's debts.
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