WASHINGTON - Greece reached a deal with Eurozone Finance Ministers to extend the country's financial support package. Greece will submit a list of potential economic reforms by Monday for review. The deal extends loans to Greece for four months. Greece had sought a six-month extension. Greece's government came to power last month amid calls to end the country's loan program with the European Central Bank, European Union and International Monetary Fund and to cancel the country's austerity programs and renegotiate its debt. Greece is the world's third most indebted country.