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Parties supporting Greece's financial-bailout package seized victory Sunday in parliamentary elections that had been widely seen as crucial to the country's — and the eurozone's — future, as well as the well-being of the global economy.
Elections across Europe this spring are giving former fringe political parties a boost, as voter anger in Greece, Germany and France translates into bigger gains for the far left and far right.