Greek Parties Continue Coalition Talks
Greece's two leading pro-bailout parties were continuing efforts to secure support from a small leftist party to form a broad coalition government that would give them a comfortable majority in parliament.
French Leader's Woes Fan European Fears
French President François Hollande's success or failure to reach consensus with Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel—without alienating his leftist majority in Parliament—is likely to have profound repercussions on the euro zone's future.
Europe: Greece: Vote Allows Prosecution of Lawmaker Over Assault
Parliament voted to allow the prosecution of Ilias Kassidiaris, 32, a leading ultra-right lawmaker, for assaulting two female leftist politicians during a live TV talk show.
Greek Rulers Win Vote of Confidence
Greece's coalition government won a vote of confidence from Parliament as it pledged to jump-start privatization.
Greece's Syriza Party Vows to Fight After Close Second-Place Finish
Alexis Tsipras, leftist leader of the anti-austerity Syriza party in Greece, conceded electoral defeat on Sunday, after the conservative pro-bailout New Democracy party won a majority of seats in parliamentary elections. With nearly 100 percent of ballots counted, New Democracy had won 29.7 percent of the vote, ahead of SYRIZA's 27 percent, and the once dominant Socialist PASOK party came in third with 12.3 percent.