EUROPA, the EU's multilingual internet site, is getting a fundamental face-lift in 2004 starting with a new-look home page launched today. The European Commission, which manages EUROPA, is making a major effort to capture new audiences, and especially to attract young people. By the end of March 2004, the emerging new EUROPA will offer many new services in a much more user-friendly way. It will feature animated graphs, interactive games, simpler navigation and an improved search function. The languages of the ten new EU countries will gradually be added . Most of the remaining planned changes will be in place by summer 2004.

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