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Flights delayed, diverted at Riga Airport due to blizzard

RIGA - Flights from Helsinki, Vilnius, and Palanga to the Riga International Airport were diverted to other airports due to the blizzard this mo...

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Lithuania to appoint special ambassador over Belarusian N-plant

VILNIUS – Lithuania will appoint a special ambassador for coordination of institutional actions over the Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant un...

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Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy to be merged with University of Latvia

RIGA - The Education and Science Ministry has decided to reorganize the Riga Teacher Training and Educational Management Academy by merging it w...

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University of Tartu terminates contract on library reconstruction with YIT

TALLINN - Citing a material breach of the terms of the contract by the contractor, the University of Tartu on Tuesday notified AS YIT Ehitus of ...

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Ratas: Estonians have understood importance of administrative reform

TALLINN - The fact that nearly 80 percent of Estonia's municipalities have decided to merge voluntarily shows that Estonians have understood...

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Senior DefMin official Urbelis to work at Lithuanian embassy to US

VILNIUS - Vaidotas Urbelis, a senior official at the Lithuanian Defense Ministry, next April will start serving as defense adviser at the countr...

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Estonia's former president Ilves to work with IT, security policy

TALLINN - Estonia's former president Toomas Hendrik Ilves said in an interview to the daily Eesti Paevaleht that he is to work in informatio...

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Board member: Not everything perfect with Stradins Hospital's new wing, but EU funds earmarked for the project will not be lost

RIGA - While not everything is perfect with a construction of the new wing at the Stradins Hospital, European Union funds made available for the...

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First LNG cargo leaves Klaipeda for Sweden

VILNIUS - The first liquefied natural gas cargo loaded at the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda has left for the Swedish port of Lysekil where Skangas...

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Estonia: Longtime Silmet CEO O'Brock taking up board member's job with Baltic Workboats

TALLINN – David O'Brock, longtime CEO of the northeast Estonia-based rare earth metals producer Silmet, is about to join the managemen...

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