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Railway employee suspected of spying for Russia gets 1.5 years in jail

JELGAVA – The Zemgale District court has slapped a jail term of one year and six months on Aleksandrs Krasnopjorovs, an employee of the La...

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NATO to focus on deterrence, 'managing' Russia ties at summit

WARSAW - NATO said on Monday it will focus on five key areas from deterrence to modernization and EU relations at its July summit, with measures...

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Plaque to Lithuanian 1918 independence act signatories to be unveiled in Latvia's Liepaja

RIGA - A commemorative plaque to honor three signatories of Lithuania's 1918 Act of Independence is to be unveiled in a ceremony in the west...

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Estonian formin: MH17 report shows Russia's participation, culprits must be punished

TALLINN - Estonia considers the investigative report published Thursday concerning the shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 above ...

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Residents of Estonia consider Islamic State to be main threat to global security

TALLINN – Residents of Estonia consider the activities of the Islamic State and migration of refugees and asylum seekers to Europe to be t...

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Baltic consular services agree to update agreement on consular cooperation

RIGA - Representatives of the Baltic consular services at the meeting in Riga on Thursday agreed on the revision of the 1999 Agreement between t...

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Russian expert: NATO, Russia not preparing for real war in Europe

TALLINN - Despite the large scale military exercises held by Russia and the West recently, no one is getting ready for a real war in Europe, Ser...

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Latvian minister: Baltic states have so far been united on reform and future of CAP

RIGA – The Baltic states have so far been united on issues concerning the reform and future of the European Union's Common Agriculture...

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Swedbank: New crisis to be less painful to Baltics

VILNIUS - The Baltic countries are now much more resilient to economic shocks than they were a decade ago, the Swedbank chief economist in Latvi...

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Estonian president to raise subject of rule of law in Ukraine

TALLINN - Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid intends to definitely raise topics related to the rule of law during her visit to Ukraine that wil...

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