The European Union's borders are expanding, and the lives of millions of young people in Central and Eastern Europe are set to change. How do they feel about the future? What are their hopes and fears for the new community? Poland is taken up by a nationwide debate on what to do with 'the lost generation' of teenagers, brought up in inner city ghettoes. The first in the 'Bridging central Europe' series travels to the Slovak border town of Sturovo. And the Budapest-based FBI Academy is training the region's law enforcement officers to combat terrorism.
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