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Lithuania votes to "destroy" Islamic State "safe haven"

Lithuania, as part of the United Nations Security Council, voted in favour of using “all necessary measures” to “destroy&rdquo...

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Alcohol control policy: are Baltic countries turning Nordic?

Oct. 2015 alcohol policy trends were analysed in depth in the annual conference “Alcohol, Drugs and Media Scene” of the Nordic Alcoh...

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Rhetoric at the Riga Conference: what we talk about when we talk about war with Russia

RIGA — On Nov. 6 and 7, security professionals, politicians, academics, and journalists gathered at the National Library in Riga to descri...

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We are at war

PARIS – Ever since the terrorist attacks in January on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a kosher supermarket, Parisians knew that ...

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What refugees are running from

RIGA — It is known that a group of terrorists attacked a number of locations in Paris last week and tried to ensure as much carnage as the...

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Arts & Events guide

N O V E M B E R LATVIA   THURSDAY, NOV 19...

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Riga’s Wagner Hall: an historic theater in dire disrepair

RIGA — The operatic works of Richard Wagner are epic in scale, including his four-opera “Ring Cycle,” a complex melodrama that...

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Frozen in time and amber: Liepaja’s concert hall

RIGA – Liepaja’s newest cultural landmark, the impressive Great Amber Concert Hall, has been officially opened. In the dark of the n...

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IT businessman: Estonia’s e-governance development lagging behind

TALLINN — Estonia has developed a strong reputation internationally for its e-governance innovations over the last decade. ...

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Latvian financial watchdog turns to police in relation to Ventspils Nafta shares

RIGA — The Latvian Finance and Capital Markets Commission (FKTK) has turned to the police in relation to possible use of inside informatio...

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