VILNIUS – Lithuania's unfortunate past keeps threatening to bog down the present. In addition to parliament wrangling over the headache of former KGB employees within the country, Lithuania has had to face an influx of former communist security officials from Afghanistan seeking new homes.Taking advantage of an extraordinary parliament session called to deal with President Valdas Adamkus' veto of a law limiting professional rights of former KGB employees, MPs toughened up the Lithuanian law on refugee status. According to amendments, those who served in repressive structures of totalitarian...
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