Red flags from Spain, but no solution yet.
Euro sign in Frankfurt, Germany (photo by Christopher Cordes).
Ireland is the only nation putting the plan to a vote.
Faith in a Greek comeback is still waivering.
Shares of Bankia plunged nearly 30 percent after announcing it needed a larger-than-expected bailout.
Saved again; Greece's government ministers, shown here in November 2011. (Wikimedia Commons)
Latest agreement ensures country's failure.
Image courtesy of Creative Commons. Photo by Chrisser.
Euro zone finance ministers expected to approve $170 billion bailout for Greece.
Prime Minister Lucas Papademos addressing parliament, November 2011. (Wikimedia Commons)
Lawmakers are uneasy.
The SOPA blackout puts the public's "right to know" into perspective.
(Eric Chan, Creative Commons)
ANALYSIS: Italy's debt is simply too much for the European continent to cover.
He will be sworn in with the rest of the new Greek government on Friday.