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    Greece's coalition government loses smallest partner

    Greece's coalition government suffered a blow Friday after its smallest partner pulled out over the dramatic closure of state broadcaster ERT, shrinking the size of the ruling majority in parliament ahead of tough reform battles. Democratic Left's withdrawal of its 14 MPs would leave the coalition of conservatives and socialists with a combined strength of 153 deputies in the 300-seat parliament, just enough to hold onto control.Duration: 00:27