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59% of residents of Latvia consider themselves happy: new survey

Slightly more than half or 59 percent of residents of Latvia consider themselves happy, the public opinion research center SKDS Director Arnis K...

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Lithuanian PM supports idea of referendum on dual citizenship

The Prime Minister of Lithuania, Algirdas Butkevicius, has said that he does not oppose the Liberal Movement's proposal to hold a referendum...

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Estonian President compares Russia's "authoritarian capitalism" to The Godfather

In an interview with the Voice of America's Ukrainian Department, Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves compared the current situation in ...

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New Russian news service Sputnik fails to recruit journalists in Tallinn

The Deputy Director-General of the Estonian Security Police, Martin Arpo, said on the television show Forum that the Russian Sput...

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Kaunas interwar modernist architecture granted European Heritage status

The European Union has awarded the European Heritage label to the modernist interwar architecture of Lithuania's second city, Kaunas. The de...

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Estonian government wants to use neglected Linnahall for EU presidency

The new Estonian government coalition agreement advocates building a large conference centre in Tallinn, and their preferred choice for its loca...

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Latvian healthcare union members to protest insufficient funding today

The Trade Union of Health and Social Care Employees of Latvia will hold a protest by the Latvian National Library at noon today. &#...

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Moscow lacks available forces to seize and hold Baltics: Estonian defence expert

Yury Dolinsky, a Russian analyst who specializes on the Baltic countries, says that most residents of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, however muc...

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Searching for energy independence in the Baltic forests

While EU policy makers for environment and energy gathered for an informal meeting in Riga’s National Library this week, producers, suppli...

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Charges brought against eight in Maxima supermarket collapse criminal case

The Latvian prosecutor's office has brought charges against eight persons in a criminal case relating to the collapse of the Maxima supermar...

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