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Foreign Minister: Ukraine has made considerable progress in reform process

RIGA - Ukraine has made considerable progress in the reform process but much more needs to be done, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (U...

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Vejonis informs Trump about matters important for Latvia at Three Seas Initiative Summit

RIGA - Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis had informed U.S. President Donald Trump about the matters important for Latvia during the Three Seas ...

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More than one-third of breast cancer cases detected in later stages in 2016

RIGA - Last year, 1,152 women in Latvia were diagnosed with breast cancer, of which for 37 percent breast cancer was detected in stage 3 or 4, a...

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Vejonis: Closer NATO and EU cooperation in strategic communications must become a priority

RIGA - During today's Riga StratCom Dialogue 2017 Conference, being held at the Latvian National Library, President Raimonds Vejonis said th...

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500 participate in search for missing five-year-old in Liepaja

RIGA - Around 500 people are involved in the search for a missing five-year-old boy in Liepaja, Madara Sersnova from the State Police's Kurz...

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Latvia may ask Sweden to pay for clean-up of illegal waste dump after fire

RIGA - Latvia may ask Sweden to pay for the clean-up of the illegal waste dump in Latvia's seaside resort town Jurmala where hazardous waste...

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Over 600 family physicians going on strike today

RIGA  - Over 600 family physicians across Latvia are going on strike today by suspending the provision of government-funded services at noo...

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Family physicians not to postpone their strike

RIGA - Despite a call for a postponement, Latvian family physicians will go ahead with their strike next week as planned, LETA was told at the L...

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Latvians worried about availability of EU funds after 2020

RIGA - People in Latvia are worried about the availability of the EU funds after 2020, according to a survey about voter expectations carried ou...

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Majority of Latvians believe that globalization increases social inequalities

More than half or 58 per cent of Latvia's population believe that globalization increases social inequalities, according to the Eurobaromete...

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