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Serbia is losing one town every year through population decline
Serbia's rapidly-declining population is causing international concern — and now the United Nations has stepped in to help with a special mission.
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A diplomatic row over comparing Hungary’s bid to boost its birth rate with Nazi Germany has intensified.
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Italian, Greek and Spanish millennials already have a reputation for staying at home longer than northern Europeans. But latest figures suggest they are putting off quitting the family nest for even longer than before.
View: Japan’s lesson for Europe
Japan has proved that population aging doesn’t need to rule out economic growth for countries that resist immigration, argues Daniel Gros
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Britain is poised to outpace Germany and have the largest population in Western Europe by the year 2100.
'Numerous barriers' in accessing EU infertility services
A new EU report claims there are “numerous barriers” in accessing infertility services across the European Union.
The population slide of Europe
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Greece counts the cost of raising a family amid the financial crisis
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Europe’s demographic time bomb
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Hungary leads way in EU family policy, but motives suspect
To arrest historic population decline Hungary is paying couples generously to have children and build homes. But is the ruling Fidetz party feathering its own nest while cutting out the poor and immig
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