Union march calls for price curbs, higher minimum wage

VILNIUS - Three of Lithuania's largest labor trade unions led a 4,000-strong demonstration in Vilniu

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Vilnius will go back to the future

VILNIUS -- As part of its programme for its role as European Capital of Culture in 2009, a soviet

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Border issues need to be approached from both sides

RIGA -- Current methods of investment in Latvian-Russian border controlpost

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Ansip still optimistic about euro

TALLINN -- Estonian Prime Minister Andrus Ansip has re-asserted hisc

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Rumor - the new anti-Estonian weapon

TALLINN 's Speculation about a supposed devaluation of the Estonian currency, the kroon, could

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Ministry stung by EU wording

RIGA -- Latvia's Foreign Ministry has taken the unusual step of issuing a press release that strongl

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Neighbors kick Euro approach into touch

RIGA -- Aconference that was supposed to provide some end-of-year self-congratulation toEU decis

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Parts in the firing line

TALLINN -- Pressure is building on

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Minimum wage deal agreed

TALLINN -- The Estonian Confederation of Trade Unions (EAKL) and the Estonian Employers' Co

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