By Jonathan Davies
There were riots in Greece last night as the country's Parliament voted in favour of the €86 billion bailout deal.
What began as a relatively peaceful anti-austerity protest very quickly descended into violent clashes between protesters and police.
Protesters threw petrol bombs at police. Police responded with tear gas.
Inside the Parliament building, things were much less intense. MPs furious with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras claimed the economic reforms required to secure the bailout humiliate Greece.
Since agreeing to a deal, Mr Tsipras has said that he does not believe in the deal. But he insists that is the country's only option.