"Save Europe, drown a Greek," reads this week's cover of satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo, which depicts International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde drowning a Greek pensioner.
Largarde and other creditors now want Greece to push its retirement age to 67 and to cancel benefits for its poorest pensioners. They've given Greece an ultimatum to present a final reforms package Thursday, or receive a take-it-or-leave-it offer.
"This odd stance seems to indicate that either there is no interest in an agreement or that special interests are being backed," Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Wednesday.
ABOUT THE SOURCE: Charlie Hebdo is a satirical weekly magazine founded in 1970 and published in Paris.