Greek election: Syriza 'heading for famous victory'
Exit polls suggest a clear victory for the anti-austerity Syriza party in Greece's closely fought general election.
One poll suggested Syriza took 35.5% of the votes, while another suggested it took 39.5% - well ahead of the ruling New Democracy party on 23%-27%.
It is still unclear whether Syriza has enough votes to govern the country alone, but the BBC's Chris Morris says the party is heading for "a famous victory'".
25 Jan 2015