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Greek PM Faces Confidence Vote, Seeks to Quell Snap Poll Fears

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras seeks a confidence vote on Friday to rally support for his plan to abandon a widely-reviled EU/IMF aid package and end mounting speculation that his government is on its last legs. After dodging various crises and lawmaker defections during his nearly two-and-half years in office, Samaras faces the prospect of snap polls if he fails to push through his candidate in a presidential election in early 2015. But the conservative leader hopes the...

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