A wave of unrest is building across Europe, as governments there seek to impose austerity measures.
Several European countries — Greece, Spain and Ireland — are deeply in debt and under intense pressure to slash spending.
Today in Greece, thousands of workers went on strike to protest those cuts, bringing the country to a standstill. Spain saw similar protests yesterday.
For more, Martin Savidge interviews John Authers, investment editor of the Financial Times.
Our German partner Deutsche Welle has been reporting extensively on the crisis in Europe. Worldfocus presents several of their reports for a unique view of how the economic problems are playing out in Greece, Spain, and Ireland.
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