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U.S. plans military bases in Eastern Europe

MOSCOW - U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell said Jan. 27 on a visit to Moscow that the United Stat

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Lithuania in brief

The parliamentary commission that will decide President Rolandas Paksas' fate concluded its question

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Persona non grata escorted off train to Kaliningrad

VILNIUS - Certain that he would make headlines, the Russian businessman of notorious repute and now

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Mayoral controversy resurrects political hostility

VILNIUS - The Special Investigations Service has launched an investigation into possible vote tamper

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Latvia in brief - 2004-01-29

Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright met with President Vaira Vike-Freiberga while in Ri

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Land grab has already begun outside Riga

DOBELE - "What is land if you don't have freedom. What is freedom if you don't have your own land."

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Coalition nears collapse as Repse fires Slesers

RIGA - Prime Minister Einars Repse fired his deputy Ainars Slesers on Jan. 26, creating uncertainty

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Parts sympathizes with Finns on labor issue

HELSINKI - Prime Minister Juhan Parts, who was in Finland this week on an official visit, expressed

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Reformists want a revised constitution

TALLINN - In a Jan. 24 meeting in Tallinn, the Reform Party's council stated that the constitution r

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School reform amendment sparks outrage

RIGA - Latvia's controversial school reform set to begin this September was embroiled in controversy

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