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Grybauskaite blames Prime Minister over government corruption

Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite believes the country’s government is becoming vulnerable to corruption, and added that Prime Minis...

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Britain to send warships to Baltic Sea

According to British Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon, Great Britain will send five warships to the Baltic Sea, as NATO prepares to discuss add...

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How to fight corruption in the Baltic States in 2016

RIGA - On Jan. 26, 2016, Transparency International (TI) released its 2015 corruption perception index (CPI) with mixed results for the Baltic S...

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There is no one-for-all cure

VILNIUS - According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the average Lithuanian aged over 15 consumes a vast intake of 15.4 litres of pure al...

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The limits of German power

BERLIN - In the two years since Germany’s president, foreign minister, and defense minister signaled that their country would take on a la...

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The phantom of separatism in Latgale

RIGA - “World War Three: Inside The War Room” (first broadcast on BBC Two on Feb. 3) set out a fictional vision in which Russia alle...

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EAT OUT Italian - Casa Nostra Where Italy ...

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Estonia: A nation shaped by the sea

TALLINN - Estonia’s maritime connections, traditions, and history will be explored in a series of events throughout 2016 after the Ministr...

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Tartu Maraton to consider alternative route due to poor weather

Two weeks before the planned start of 44th Tartu Maraton snow conditions are still very poor in Estonia and it is extremely unlikely that Tartu ...

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Latvians win International Snow Sculpture Contest in Sapporo

RIGA - The Latvian team have won the main prize of the International Snow Sculpture Contest at the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival in Japan, the Latv...

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