Since the eurozone debt crisis broke out in 2010, unemployment among Europe's youth has jumped from an average of 15 percent to 23 percent, totaling some 5.6 million people. In Greece and Spain - the most severely affected EU countries - more than 50 percent of people between 15 and 24 are without jobs. After wrangling over its seven-year budget, the EU has decided to invest 6 billion euros to tackle the problem. But is this too little, too late for Europe's young citizens?
The more than 2,000 refugees who cross into Hungary every day may be met by police, vigilantes or helpful locals. None believe the border fence being built will stop the migrants. Csaba Tibor Toth reports from Szeged.
The Austrian government has increased the death toll in an abandoned migrant truck found on a highway to more than 70. Police had originally put the toll between 20 and 50.
The European project has not failed, but the crisis in the eurozone will only come to an end once the EU decides what it wants to be, writes Brando Benifei, a member of the European Parliament.
We've all heard it, now you can have it: The grand piano that featured on a number of ABBA's biggest hits is up for sale. The instrument is expected to fetch a hefty sum at auction.