Protesters occupy the exterior of the parliament, during a rally calling on the government to clinch a deal with its international creditors and secure Greece's future in the Eurozone, in Athens June 18, 2015. (REUTERS/PAUL HANNA)
July 2, 2015
After days of trading barbs with European leaders, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras seems to have conceded to many of the terms of a 1.6 billion Euro ($1.8bn) debt payment plan. But European authorities are saying they will not return to the negotiating table until after this weekend, when the Greek people will have their say in a referendum. As the country’s financial fate hangs in the balance, how are the lives of its people being affected? We talk to four young Greeks to find out. Join us at 1930 GMT.