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Greece Votes No - 37 Front Pages From Around The World

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Julie Farrar

Greek voters have refused a bailout deal of billions of euros in exchange for more austerity measures, with a final result of 61.3% to 38.7%.

Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis announced he will step down in a blog post Monday morning due to pressure from Greece's European partners, and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has vowed to continue talks with creditors and eurozone leaders, who have organized crisis talks for Tuesday.

The referendum result led front pages all over the world:

GREECE

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GERMANY

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BELGIUM

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SPAIN

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FRANCE

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ITALY

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IRELAND

NETHERLANDS

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PORTUGAL

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TURKEY

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UK

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CUBA

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U.S.

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