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Cash for babies: How Europe is tackling its falling birthrate

Over the past half a century, life expectancy has increased by around 10 years in Europe. Image: Unsplash/Robert Thiemann

Sean Fleming

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Age structure of EU immigrants by citizenship, 2017. Image: EuroStat

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