European leaders have reached a "three-pronged" agreement described as vital to solve the region's huge debt crisis.
They said banks holding Greek debt accepted a 50% loss, the eurozone bailout fund will be boosted and banks will have to raise more capital.
Shares on European markets rose sharply on news of the deal.
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