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As the COVID-19 crisis drags on, hard-hit French youth struggle
Nearly a quarter of French young people can’t find work — two-and-a-half times the national unemployment rate and one of the highest in the European Union's 27 nations.
How 2020 was the year European solidarity was tested
As the European Union's most testing of years draws to a close, Euronews breaks it down.
Watch: European leaders discuss post-COVID-19 economy
Many central and eastern European leaders were critical of European solidarity and what they called double standards on the rule of law.
'It's a disaster': Brussels shops struggling for post-lockdown trade
The Coronavirus plunged stores into uncertainty and despite reopening, many haven't been able to bring their staff back on board.
How the Italian mafia is cashing in on COVID-19
In this week's Unreported Europe, Monica Pinna goes to Naples to find out how Camorra is capitalising on the social and economic crisis caused by Covid.
EU to announce green strings for post-pandemic funding
The European Union is due to announce economic recovery plans which could be up to one trillion euros and wants to pull Europe out of the crisis with green measures.
Coronavirus economic recovery: 'Now is the time to compromise'
As the shutters slowly rise on Europe’s economies, and the immediate health emergency eases, the focus turns to the continent's recovery.
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Europe's week: Workers rights and tourism turbulence
This week we take a look at how trade unionists see Europe's record on fighting the economic fallout of coronavirus,
Covid-19: What are the consequences for small and medium enterprises?
Unreported Europe explores the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on small and medium enterprises in Bulgaria, Hungary and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
EU hopes to mitigate lockdown and help workers with €100 billion fund
Brussels has launched a €100 billion fund to help those feeling the economic fallout from coronavirus lockdowns.
Venezuela: 1 litre of milk could cost a third of your wage | #TheCube
#TheCube | "Hyperinflation is too great for families to feed themselves." Amid a political crisis and growing economic collapse, what is hyperinflation like for Venezuelans? The Cube reached out to social media users who told their stories through receipts.
Greece and the European Union - don't blame me
There were a lot of people who were very skeptical about being in the EU because they thought it was all about politics and not funding projects that actually could help people.
The Brief from Brussels: Grexit makes a comeback?
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Unemployment in Spain: a life without hope?
Jerez de la Frontera – where more than 1 in 3 is out of work Every day is a challenge for 27-year-old Miguel Angel Vaca Fernandez, as he strives to
From a Russian peninsula: Crimean voices
It's hard to hear Crimean voices these days. Since Russia annexed the peninsula at least 20,000 people have left, the majority not wanting to become Russian.
Struggling to survive: Greek SMEs count the cost of reform
Greeks go to the polls once again this month over a bailout package that has deepened their country’s political turmoil. Prime Minister Alexis
Analyst: Greece needs reform, not more austerity
The Greek parliament passed a second set of reforms early on Thursday morning (July 23), opening the way for further bailout negotiations to begin
Eurogroup approves launch of Greece bailout talks
The Eurogroup is seeking 7 billion euros of bridge financing for Greece from the European Financial Stability Fund from which Greece will be able to
Grexit could hit other eurozone countries
A Greek exit from the eurozone could send shockwaves through the single currency area. If investors no longer see membership as permanent, they might
EU chief Juncker pleads with Greeks to defy their government and vote for EU aid package
EU chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker urged Greeks on Monday to back a cash-for-reform package rejected by their government, saying a ‘no’ vote in
Greek deal to be reached "this week"
After five months of deadlock, a solution to the Greek debt crisis will be presented to European leaders this week, European Council President Donald
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Jobless Youth: struggling programs, debating new solutions
EU youth employment policies have so far failed to significantly bring down youth jobless rates often double the national average. How to make the
Greece has bought itself some time by bundling together its payments to the IMF
Greece has bought itself some time by bundling together its payments to the IMF. It plans to hand over the 1.6 billion euros it owes this month to
Greek PM set for crunch EU bailout talks
Greece’s prime minister Alexis Tspiras will hold talks with EU officials later on Wednesday in what has been branded as “a last chance” to strike a
Eurozone officials seek Greek debt deal
Eurozone finance ministers want to clinch an interim debt deal with Greece on Wednesday. Athens wants to strike an agreement on stop gap financing
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Europe Weekly: Tsipras seeks Greek debt deal
Greece’s debt crisis has been dominating debate in Europe this week. Fresh from taking office, leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has been