**Pakistan Blast Kills 2**
Authorities in southwestern Pakistan say a bomb has exploded near a university bus, killing at least two students and wounding dozens of other people.
The blast happened near Quetta, the capital of the restive Baluchistan province bordering Afghanistan and Iran.
Baluchistan is home to various militant groups, including pro-Taliban factions, and Baluch separatists fighting a insurgency in hopes of gaining political autonomy and a greater share of the profits from the region's natural resources.
Amnesty International says Baluchistan is one of the most militarized regions of Pakistan.
**Conservatives Win Greek Elections, Try to Form Coalition**
European leaders say they are hopeful Greece will be able to "quickly" form a government after pro-bailout parties won the most seats in Sunday's parliamentary elections.
The conservative New Democracy party won 30 percent of the vote to take 129 of the 300 seats in parliament, including the 50-seat bonus given to the party with the most votes.
The radical leftist, anti-bailout Syriza party came in second with 71 seats, while the pro-bailout PASOK Socialists won 33 seats - likely enough to help form a ruling coalition.
European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said in a joint statement the European Union looks forward to working with the new government and supporting efforts to put Greece's economy on "a sustainable path."
New Democracy leader Antonis Samaris called the result a victory for all of Europe.
In Washington, a White House statement said that "as President Obama and other world leaders have said, we believe that it is in all our interests for Greece to remain in the euro area while respecting its commitment to reform."