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EU to tackle youth unemployment with 6bn euros

28 June 2013 Last updated at 22:38 BST

European leaders have agreed to spend about 6bn euros (£5bn; $8bn) to try to get more young people into work.

Across Europe, one young person in four has no job and the problem is considerably worse in countries such as Spain and Greece.

Gavin Hewitt reports from Brussels.

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