A man sits and begs for money, as pedestrians walk by outside of a National Bank, in central Athens, Tuesday, July 14, 2015. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias)
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European finance ministers encountered a range of hurdles to financing Greece through the next few weeks during negotiations over another full-scale bailout.With Greece due to pay the European Central Bank 3.5 billion euros ($3.9 billion) Monday, ministers are looking at whether they could recycle interest payments already made by Greece to eurozone central banks, tap a fund managed by all 28 European Union governments, give Greece more time to pay, or organize bilateral loans from individual EU governments.European leaders this week promised to offer a funding package that would bridge the time it takes to negotiate a third Greek bailout, worth as much as 86 billion euros.
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