ATHENS, Greece — Greeks were voting on Sunday in their third national polls this year, called on to choose who they trust to steer the country into its new international bailout.
Former prime minister Alexis Tsipras' left-wing Syriza party, which made pledges to implement austerity measures in return for billions of euros in rescue loans, was marginally ahead of the rival center-right New Democracy in opinion polls leading up to the vote.
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