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Von der Leyen pledges 'green deal' for Europe in first 100 days

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European Commission President nominee Ursula von der Leyen pledges to propose a "green deal" for Europe in her first 100 days in office, which would see a carbon-neutral continent by 2050. SOUNDBITE

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