Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis Resigns Following "No" Vote In Bailout Referendum
Yanis Varoufakis said that he had been made aware of a "preference" among eurozone negotiators for his "absence" from future talks in a statement on his blog. On Sunday, Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected sweeping new austerity measures, which were being pushed as a requirement before Greece receives further bailout funds. BuzzFeed News reporter Jim Waterson is in Athens.
Greek Protesters Set Starbucks, Athens Aflame
A group of black-hooded youths hurled Molotov cocktails at various shops Sunday night, hours before Greece Parliament looks to pass a 130 billion euro bailout. The bill would ostensibly save the government from bankruptcy but would also result in 3.3 billion euros being cut from people's wages and pensions.