Greek Pro-bailout Conservatives Regain Lead: Polls

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's conservative New Democracy party has regained an opinion poll lead that would allow the formation of a pro-bailout government committed to keeping the country in the euro zone, a batch of new surveys showed on Saturday.

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