Tsipras Turns On Greece Creditors

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has criticised Greece's international creditors for failing to accept his government's latest reform proposals.
He said that this never occurred with equivalent measures put forward by Ireland and Portugal when they were negotiating bailouts.
He said, either the creditors did not want a deal or were serving "special interests."
The remarks came as Tsipras prepared for fresh talks to secure a debt deal.