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Only Malta, Hungary to accept fewer refugees than Estonia

Under the European Union's migrant relocation and resettlement program, only Malta and Hungary will accept a smaller number of refugees affe...

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Ex-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili: Baltic States are Putin's next target

Speaking to The Independent, ex-Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili believes Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia are the next target of military ag...

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Lithuanian troops taking part in military exercises in Ukraine

Around 30 Lithuanian troops are taking part in the international military exercise Rapid Trident 2015, which started in Western Ukraine on Monda...

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Vilnius Mayor: Green Bridge statues represented “big lies” about the Soviet system

Vilnius Mayor Remigijus Simasius believes the recently removed bronze statues from the Green Bridge in the Lithuanian capital represented &ldquo...

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Lithuania backs call for UN tribunal on MH17 shot down over Ukraine

On July 17, 2015, Lithuania’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Linas Linkevicius, said the country supports a proposal to set up a United Nati...

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Murdered Putin opponent Boris Nemtsov nominated for Sakharov Prize by Lithuanian MEPs

A group of European lawmakers, including Lithuanian representatives, have nominated murdered Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov for the Eur...

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More than 50 conscripts dodge Estonian Army June draft

The Estonian Defense Resources Agency has started working to discover why more than 50 conscripts did not respond to the June 2015 call-up. &nbs...

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Grybauskaite: Immigrant distribution will not solve human trafficking in North Africa

On June 15 2015, Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite said the country is ready to take in its quota of refugees affected by the Mediterranea...

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Estonian Police to create cyber crime unit

The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board plans to establish a cyber crime unit in order to take charge of internet-related crime and digital e...

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Over 50 percent of Lithuanians in favour of e-voting

According to a survey for Lithuania’s Ministry of Justice, 56 percent of people in Lithuania are in favour legalising e-voting as a way of...

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