Unemployment in the eurozone rose again in April to a fresh all-time high, figures from Europe's statistics office have shown.
Eurostat said unemployment in the 16 nations that use the euro now totals 15.86 million - equivalent to 10.1% of the population.
Spain, Ireland and Slovakia recorded the highest rates of joblessness, with the Spanish rate now close to 20%.
Meanwhile, the euro has hit a four-year low against the dollar.
IT'S INSANE FR OBAMA AND HIS COMRADES TO BE TRYING TO MAKE THE USA MORE LIKE EUROPE.
BUT NOT FOR LONG - UNLESS WE DEFEAT OBAMA AND THE DEMOCRATS THIS NOVEMBER.