– Egyptian media outlets have declared Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood the winner of the country’s presidential election. The result came just hours after the current ruling military council issued an interim constitution granting itself broad power of the future government.
– The P5+1 will resume talks with Iran over its nuclear program today in Moscow. The New York Times reports that Iranian state media said the Islamic Republic will not end uranium enrichment to 20 percent — a key demand for international mediators — unless the major powers acknowledge that Tehran has the right to enrich uranium and lifts sanctions.
– Gen. Robert Mood of Norway, head of the U.N.’s observer mission in Syria, urged Bashar al-Assad’s government and rebel forces to take “immediate action” to facilitate the evacuation of civilians trapped amid escalating violence.
– The conservative New Democracy party came first in Greece’s critical parliamentary election on Sunday, allaying concerns that Greece would withdraw from the Euro “and unleash further turmoil on the beleaguered single currency.”