Negotiations between Greece and its international creditors ran into trouble over demands for extra austerity measures, denting hopes for a quick end to the monthslong deadlock over the country’s bailout.
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Under the current aid arrangement, Israel receives $3.1 billion a year – almost 53 percent of the $5.9 billion in official foreign military aid handed out by Washington. This deal is set to expire in 2018, however, and Israel has been pushing for an increase to $5 billion. greeks pay israeli planes,