Greek Prime Minister Urges Divided Greece to Stand Against Austerity

Tens of thousands of Greeks took to the streets on Friday in rival rallies.
The citizens are deeply divided heading into Sunday's refrendum which will decide the nation's future in the Eurozone.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged people packing Syntagma square in central Athens to spurn the deal from international creditors for another EU bailout.
The young PM was, elected in January on a promise to end years of austerity straggling the nation's finances.
Framing Sunday’s ballot as a battle for democracy, freedom and European values, the 40-year-old left-wing leader told Greeks to “turn your backs on those who terrorize you daily”.