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Even Zeus himself doesn't know the best way to go. A Greek man looks to Zeus for help ahead of the Greek referendum, but he is just as clueless about what the future holdsInvesting.com

The Greek Interior MInistry has an up-to-the-minute update of results from around the country as they come in.

Greeks have been voting on whether or not to accept a cash-for-reform proposal put to the country by its creditors, the European Central Bank, European Union and the International Monetary Fund. The radical Syriza government, led by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, rejected these proposals. Supporters of a Yes vote say this will keep Greece in the eurozone.

Voters were asked: "Do you accept the outline of the agreement submitted by the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund at the Eurogroup of 25/06/15"?

Greek Prime Minister Alex Tsipras cast his vote in Athens early this morning, attended by a media scrum. Crowds outside the polling station shouted: "Oxi, oxi" – "No, no" – supporting his stance on a "no" to more austerity.

Conservative opposition leader Antonis Samaras cast his ballot, saying, "We vote 'yes' to Greece. We vote 'yes' to Europe."

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