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Estonia: 2 soldiers injured as vehicle catches fire after hitting high voltage line

TALLINN - Two Estonian military personnel were injured when the vehicle they were driving in caught fire after hitting a high voltage power line...

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Russian oppositionists gather in Vilnius

VILNIUS - More than 100 politicians, civil society activists, academicians and journalists from various countries are expected to attend the fou...

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Rinkevics to take part in the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers in Cyprus

RIGA - Today and tomorrow, Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics will take part in the 127th session of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of...

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Protests against tougher alcohol law restrictions

Several hundred people gathered outside the Parliament Building in Vilnius on Tuesday, May 16, to watch a concert staged to protest against the ...

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Nord Stream 2 tells Ventspils port pipeline project will be implemented without Latvia

The Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project will be implemented without Latvia’s participation, the project’s managers said in an officia...

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Has populism peaked?

After last year, when the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union and the United States elected Donald Trump as president, xenophobic n...

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Lithuanian President will support non- Lithuanian names in passports with approval from watchdog

Lithuania's President Dalia Grybauskait─Ś will support the proposal to allow non-Lithuanian characters of the Latin alphabet on the main page...

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Lithuania to ratify EU-Canada trade pact

Lithuania is preparing for ratification of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) signed between the European Union and Canada la...

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Education, health care reforms next in line after tax reform

Reforms in education and health care should be the next key items on the government's agenda after the adoption of the tax reform, Latvian P...

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Macron and a Sixth Republic?

The writing is on the wall: After six decades, France’s Fifth Republic looks set to give way to a sixth. Sooner or later, such an upheaval...

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