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Checking In On Greece's Debt Crisis03:51
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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras talks to the media at the end of an Eurozone Summit over the Greek debt crisis in Brussels on July 13, 2015. Juncker said there was no longer any risk of Greece crashing out of the euro after Athens agreed a bailout deal with eurozone partners.  (Theirry Charlier/Getty Images)
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras talks to the media at the end of an Eurozone Summit over the Greek debt crisis in Brussels on July 13, 2015. Juncker said there was no longer any risk of Greece crashing out of the euro after Athens agreed a bailout deal with eurozone partners. (Theirry Charlier/Getty Images)
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There has been good news for the Greek economy this week - $2 billion of good news. That was the latest infusion of bailout loans that Greece got this week.

Greece was cleared for that money after putting a number of reforms into place as part of a much larger bailout agreed to this summer, the third Greek bailout in recent years. Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti checks in on the Greek debt crisis with the BBC's Andrew Walker.

Note: This BBC interview can be heard in the Here & Now podcast or with the WBUR app.

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This segment aired on November 27, 2015.

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