The front pages show great variety this morning, given that they're all still in various stages of post-electoral shock.
Greek political parties are once again making compromises to find a viable coalition government.
The results and implications of France's parliamentary election and the Greek one too, in today's French papers...
Greece's two main pro-bailout parties clinched enough votes to form a government in a cliff-hanger election on Sunday, early results showed, easing fears the country will crash out of the euro.
The three top three stories dominating the front pages of today’s national dailies are Sunday’s elections in France, Greek parliamentary elections and France’s victory over ...
The second round of French legislative elections on Sunday, the European crisis and the Euro 2012 football tournament are the main topics in today’s national dailies.
Rating agency Moody’s has warned that a Greek pullout from the eurozone could lead to downgrades of some of the region’s top-rated governments including France and Germany.
There's no getting away from the financial crisis in the eurozone this morning.
Switzerland's central bank chief said the Swiss government is drawing up an action plan in the event of the collapse of the euro.
France’s new Socialist governmant has dubbed International Monetary Fund (IMF) boss Christine Lagarde’s message to the Greek people simplistic, as President François Hollande ...