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These photos show how Greece is falling into a deep financial crisis

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As Greek banks closed following the disintegration of talks with the European Union, bank ATMs remained open, only to dole out a small amount of money (60 euros, or about $66 USD) a day, per person.

Photos showed lines collecting as the young and old waited to access the ATMs:

Further reading on Eurozone and Greece's financial crisis

Western Union has suspended money transfers in and out of Greece, CNN reported on Monday. What led Greece to its dire position? Read more about what choices contributed to the current state of the Eurozone, and Greece's financial crisis:

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