The unemployment crises in countries like Spain is forcing people to think about making a move. Many are following the jobs trail north. We profile a Spanish project manager at Airbus in Germany.
Unemployment in Germany has fallen, according to the latest labor market data. But a fresh report has revealed that the number of jobless still hovers above the 3 million mark.
Nearly half the Greek workforce is unemployed or unpaid. Nikos Aivatzidis and Alexandra Tsitoura work at a firm that hasn't paid them in years. How do families like theirs survive in the EU's most depressed economy?
Germany's tennis team is on the brink of reaching its first Fed Cup final in 21 years. They are 2-0 up going into the final day of their semifinal in Australia.
There were clashes between police and protesters as thousands of people rallied in the Spanish capital, Madrid. Demonstrators from across the country voiced opposition to austerity measures.
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