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Kaunas signs cooperation agreement with Jewish NGO over Zaliakalnis cemetery

The Municipality of Kaunas, Lithuania's second-largest city, has signed a cooperation agreement with Jewish nongovernmental organization, Ma...

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Office launch party of Latvian-Asian Chamber of commerce

The Latvian Asian Chamber Of Commerce (LACC) has recently been established in Riga. LACC’s main agenda is to pro...

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President Grybauskaite: downsizing of NATO air-policing mission

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite believes NATO's recent decision to halve its Baltic air-policing mission as of September 2015, has b...

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Lunch with The King of KUBANA

Ilya Ostrovsky, the man behind KUBANA festival, only had a couple of hours before his flight back to Moscow — a flight he had booked in a ...

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Tube dream in Vilnius

LONDON - For years they’ve been saying it will never happen.  For years it’s been dismissed as little more than  a pipe dr...

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The Industry of Fear

Let’s imagine Lithuania has a stock exchange where different types of journalist can be bought and sold. If we w...

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Building for the Future

RIGA - The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia, a private museum accredited by the Ministry of Culture, has been active since 1993, when it opene...

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Whither Soviet Statues?

VILNIUS - When Lithuania celebrated 25 years since declaring independence from the Soviet Union earlier this year, anyone crossing the Green Bri...

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The battle for the Estonian coastline

[CORRECTION: The Baltic Times interviewed Teele Pehk on the morning of July 24, the same day that a new version of the architectural det...

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Latvian opera mourns death of Anita Garanca

The Latvian National Opera has announced the death of Anita Garanca, one of the country’s most prominent and admired vocal teachers, who p...

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