After a night of tough negotiations European leaders clinched a deal on Thursday, agreeing to have banks take bigger losses on Greece's debts. The plan includes a significant reduction of Greece's debts and a reinforcement of a bailout fund so it can serve as a 1 trillion euros ($1.39 trillion). The move is aimed to prevent larger economies like Italy and Spain from being dragged into the crisis. And whether the EU anti-crisis plan is effective or not, for the austerity-hit Greek people any help appears to be a long way off. Many are finding new ways to survive in hard times, as RT's Sara Firth reports.
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