May 10, 2014

Europe's Lost Generation Is Still Lost

Max Tholl, The European

The Associated Press

Five years after the outbreak of the European debt crisis, youth unemployment shows no signs of abating. Unless politicians find a remedy, a whole generation will be forced into exodus. A portrait.

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