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Newsround: Tuesday's top stories

Greeks call for German funding, the EU agrees 'project bonds' and UPC launches a new movie-downloading service in Ireland. Here are the day's top stories.

22nd May, 2012
Ironic graffiti on a Greek wall

Greeks call for German funding, the EU agrees 'project bonds' and UPC launches a new movie-downloading service in Ireland. Here are the day's top stories.

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**European shares** climbed the most in four weeks amid speculation that China and the eurozone will do more to stimulate global economic growth. The Iseq Index rose by 1.7 per cent today. CRH rose 3.84 per cent to 14.38. Kenmare Resources was up 4.35 per cent to 56 cents. Ryanair fell 1 per cent to €4.00.

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