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Int'l terrorist organizations from Syria, Iraq building sleeping cells in Europe - FSB director

  • 2019-11-07
  • Interfax/TBT Staff

TASHKENT - Having suffered a defeat in Syria and Iraq, international terrorists are building underground cells in Europe and encouraging their supporters to engage in "autonomous jihad," Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) Director Alexander Bortnikov said. &#...

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US think tank recommends Baltic states introducing two-year conscription

RIGA - The Baltic states should introduce two-year conscription in order to increase their defense potential, an article published by the Jamestown Foundation says. In his article "How to Defend the Baltic States" author Richard Hooker says that Latvia, Lithuania and ...

The persevering The Baltic Times hosts its sixth annual Gala dinner

With the year winding down, The Baltic Times, the Baltics’ longest running print publication, has remained loyal to its tradition of hosting the annual Gala dinner, expressing in that way its genuine gratitude to the diverse audience of its readers, most of whom come from local embassies, s...

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Moldova’s Lithuania Ambassador: “We want to eventually become eligible for EU-membership”

Lithuania looks forward to expanding relations not only with the members of the common bloc it is...

StrategEast President Anatoly Motkin: we create a new social class in Eurasia via transition to the knowledge driven economy

Anatoly Motkin is founder and president of StrategEast, a Washington based strategic center ...

Internationally recognised computer scientists look forward to completion of Delta Centre

The University of Tartu has moved up to places 201-250 in theTimes Higher Education (THE) Wo...

World and Latvia are not going to face such crisis as ten years ago - Dombrovskis

RIGA - At present the world and Latvia are not likely to face such economic crisis as ten years a...

Locally funded banks are expanding their capabilities

The banking market in Latvia has been through a lot, and has changed lot. What is the role of for...

University of Tartu values development of natural and health sciences in New Europe

Last Friday, 4 October, the founding members of theAlliance4Life gathered at Vilnius Univers...

Crisis Button of Global Economy has been Set Going

Lately the warning pilot lights of global economy have started glittering red. The forecasts prov...

The Coming crisis of China’s one-party regime

On October 1, to mark the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic, Chinese President Xi J...

Israel’s new ambassador to Latvia: “I have not encountered anti-Semitism here”

Her Excellency Ms Orli Gil, Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Israel to Latvia, has...

Doctoral thesis improves understanding and prognosis of absorption of drug substances in gastrointestinal tract

A doctoral thesis defended at the Institute of Chemistry of the University of Tartu has...

How cyber phishing attacks target students

College students are favorite targets for phishing scams. Maybe it’s because they’ll ...

Asians and Africans prefer in person meetings, says owner of a Latvian trade corporation

Direct and personal meetings at dinner are becoming increasingly important in the digital age, sa...

Workland CEO: Number of people at coworking spaces in Baltics to double by 2022

Coworking centres, where different companies, teams and independent contractors share an office s...

Putin calls for moratorium on intermediate-, shorter-range missiles' deployment in Europe, other regions

MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a message to several dozen countries, including NA...

VILNIUS-based Lecturer Schimmels has Native American Indian blood

American Indian Kristina Schimmels from U.S. Says Historical Injustice is Better Understood Due t...

University of Tartu to develop photonics with a €2.5m grant from the European Union

University of Tartu researchers are embarking on an extensive five-year project, during which a C...

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