A Russian court has prolonged the arrest of a Lithuanian citizen on charges of espionage, in line with the investigators’ request.
Moscow’s Lefortovo district court ruled on Tuesday September 15 that Arstidas Tamosaitis would remain in custody un...
The train Riga-Moscow train was stopped in eastern Latvia on the evening of September 20, 2015, after a hoax bomb threat.
Maris Ozols, a spokesman from Latvia’s state-owned railway confirmed to BNS the organisation had received information about a bomb on the Riga-Moscow train.
The train stopped at Krustpils in eastern Latvia. Passengers were ev...
With one hand, Kremlin strangles non-governmental organizations in Russia. With another, it generously supports the defenders of its interests in the Baltics.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin knows what poses the greatest threat to the domestic stability in his country: it comes from foreign-sponsored nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) who serve as agents of the Russia...
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