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Year in Review: 2008's strangest headlines

RIGA - As the year comes to a close, we at The Baltic Times take a minute to reflect on the year's w

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Estonian Mulks obtain center to support cultural revival

TARTU - In Estonian lore, they are characterized by dry anecdotes about ambitious farm owners in lon

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Bridging Lithuania's energy gap

VILNIUS - Lithuania is staring down the barrel of an energy crisis. The fact is the previous governm

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A bridge to disaster

RIGA - Anyone driving across the Daugava River into Riga will notice a new, orange addition to the s

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Winning celluloid success

TALLINN - Hampered by limited financial backing and a miniscule industry, Estonian filmmakers obviou

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What Obama means to the Baltics

RIGA - The world was forever changed Nov. 4, as news of the election of the U.S.'s first African-Ame

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Living green in the Baltics

RIGA - It's not easy being green, especially in the Baltics. The government, businesses and private

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Estonia's battle with alcoholism

TALLINN - "Alcohol is a ubiquitous toxin that can harm almost any system or organ of the body. Bever

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Center-right wind of change?

VILNIUS - The main story to come out of the Lithuanian election is that the wheel of aggressive popu

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Is Tallinn still a party town?

TALLINN - Almost three years ago, the New York Times announced that Tallinn was the party capital of

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