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Youth unemployment to top EU summit

Number of jobless youth in European Union is now at all-time high and Germany's Chancellor wants action.

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The number of jobless youth in the European Union is now at an all-time high and Germany's Chancellor wants action.

Angela Merkel is inviting EU leaders to a summit in Berlin where they will try to come up with a plan to get Europe's under 25-year-old's back to work.

Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from Berlin.

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