In last days two very important stuff (Tsiparis annoucing referendum concerning accepting bailout conditions and terrorist attack in Tunisia) got covered by US homosexual couples... So far, for months, it was just usual bickering and last moment deals. It seems that this time is different: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-33305019 Executive summary for Americans: Greece is deep in debt, it was bailed out because its collapse was considered as threat as to Eurozone. Evil Troika (IMF, Eurozone and ECB) were supervising an austerity/reform program. ECB lead too conservative monetary policy and Greek state was a bit too dysfunctional to actually implement reform programs. Result was highly unpopular mixture of tax increase and spending cut which made Greek society vivid. Add to it huge unemployment for which a bit ECB can be blamed and lack of structural reforms which are to blame both Greek political class and Greek society. In January 2015 a populist politician on anti-austerity agenda (or "EU give us more money agenda") was elected and it moved from bad to worse. So far it looked as mixture of bluff and game of chicken negotiations. Now his failure to reach a deal withEurogroup and instead his asking of bailout extension to have enough time to make a referendum whether to accept this bailout conditions lead to a mass cash withdrawal.