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US Air Force Secretary discusses defense, Russian threats to the Baltics

The visit of US Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James to Riga in mid-July for meetings with Latvian Ministry of Defense officials discussed Latv...

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Refugees no longer asking for assistance, but demanding it

In a LNT television interview on July 27, Latvian border guard Peteris Zakis, who recently returned from border control operation in Greece head...

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Security Police do not link Tallinn Airport bomb threats with Latvia

The Latvian Security Police have no information indicating that the threats to blow up a plane at Tallinn Airport had any connection with Latvia...

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Latvia's airBaltic carrier follows situation at Tallinn Airport after bomb threats

Latvian national carrier airBaltic is monitoring the situation at Tallinn Airport following a threat to blow up a plane there, the company's...

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Over 70 pct of households in Latvia struggle to pay daily expenses - statistics office

More than 70 per cent of Latvian households face hardships in paying their daily expenses, indicates compiled statistical data fr...

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Four dead, three injured in gas leak accident in central Latvia

Four people died and three others suffered injured after inhaling toxic gas on a farm in the central Latvian district of Jaunberze on Friday, th...

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US security commitment to NATO Allies is ironclad - embassy in Riga

The United States’ security commitment to NATO Allies is unwavering and the US has pledged to continue reinforcing its transatlantic bonds...

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UK to increase defense support to Baltic nations - Latvian president

Great Britain is committed to strengthen security in the Baltic States after the decisions made at the NATO Summit in Warsaw and to add to allie...

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Two more high-ranking officials fired from Latvian anti-corruption bureau

The acting head of the Corruption Prevention Bureau (KNAB) has dismissed Lienite Sikore as head of the KNAB Investigations Division and Martins ...

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Latvian-made cancer virotherapy medicine gets EU grant for commercialisation

The European Commission has awarded a 50,000-euro grant to Latvian company Latima for commercialisation of a cancer virotherapy medicine in the ...

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