November 3rd, 2011
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Editor's note: As world leaders gather in Cannes for the G-20 summit, CNN's Diana Magnay and Phil Han are traveling around Europe this week to talk to European youths about the economic crisis.

Milan, Italy (CNN) – Phil, why are we driving these distances? 14 hours in two days, same still to go – I need to run to Marseille to get my legs working again!

But once again, our little group in Milan made it worth it. FULL POST



November 2nd, 2011
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Editor's note: As world leaders gather in Cannes for the G-20 summit, CNN's Diana Magnay and Phil Han are traveling around Europe this week to talk to European youths about the economic crisis.

Munich, Germany (CNN) - What a start to our roadtrip! We couldn't have hoped for a more articulate, engaged group of students to join us at the Zeitgeist cafe in Munich. A conversation that went on long after our little filming session was over.

A big thank you to Felix Hesse, Birgit Biehler, Ole Foerster, Chris Menig and Michael Grossman for sharing your views. Here's what you had to say:

On the Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou's decision to call a referendum:  “We're all dependent now on the decision of the Greek people. And that's dangerous; people think in their national interest first before they think European. And that's not necessarily a good thing.”
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