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Latvia to limit cash transactions

Latvia plans on limiting cash transactions to 7,200 euros for individuals as part of a string of law amendments to Latvia’s 2017 budget, t...

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Latvian medics to go on strike next week

The Health Care Workers Union will go on strike on Sept. 29 protesting low salaries and insufficient state investment into health care, union he...

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Drawn to ingenuity, strength of character, and inner balance - both in arts and on coach

Being called a jack of all trades, Aiste Ptakauske, a writer, film screenwriter and director, culture project manager, and also a lecturer, cult...

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EVENT GUIDE

ESTONIA Open until Oct. 2, Exhibition “Familiar and Unfamiliar Physics,” Illustrat...

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Movie Guide

The Magnificent Seven (2016) - in cinemas on Friday, Sept. 23 Director Antoine Fuqua brings his moder...

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Wine & Dine Guide

Sfaar Restaurant & Store Located in the heart of Tallinn, not far from the harbor, Sfaar (meaning...

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Latvia’s borderland Latgale: A state within a state

A recent visit to Latgale to interview local leaders and figures in that region with a local Latvian friend reveals a mixed picture combining fa...

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Ambassador Andris Teikmanis on symbols and five Lat silver coins in quest for freedom

In my personal and professional quest to find an antidote to communism, I seek out dissidents and try to figure out what motivates them. If we c...

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Gazprom looking to supply Tallink’s new ferry

Tallink will bunker its new LNG-powered ferry using trucks from Russia, Sweden, or Finland, as government decisions have cooled the enthusiasm o...

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Eesti Energia expects to start building Jordan power plant soon

The state-owned Estonian energy group Eesti Energia expects to start building an oil shale-fueled power plant in Jordan this year, Eesti Energia...

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