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Vejonis to promulgate bills on publishing KGB files, curbing instant loans

RIGA – Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis will promulgate the bills on publishing files of former Soviet security service KGB and amendmen...

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New primary education standard to give schools more freedom in organization of education process

RIGA - A new primary education standard will give schools more freedom in organizing the education process, the National Center for Education Di...

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More high-rises to be built near Preses Nams building

RIGA - Several new high-rise buildings will be constructed near the Preses Nams high-rise in Riga during the next ten years, as Riga Architects&...

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KPV LV might not meet with Greens/Farmers because of disagreement over representatives delegated by Greens/Farmers

RIGA - The Union of Greens and Farmers is not going to replace its representatives delegated to government formation talks after KPV LV said the...

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Jurmala Mayor Truksnis survives vote of no confidence

RIGA - Jurmala Mayor Gatis Truksnis (Greens/Farmers) survived a vote of no confidence during an extraordinary Jurmala City Council meeting today...

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Record high number of women elected to new parliament

RIGA – A record high number of women has been elected to the new parliament, according to the election authority’s data ...

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Cyber attack on draugiem.lv not a threat to national security - Cert.lv

RIGA – According to the Latvian Information Technology Security Incident Response Institution (Cert.lv), yesterday's cyber-attack on t...

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Vejonis mentions Brexit as example why people should go out and vote

RIGA - Casting his vote in the 13th Saeima elections today, Latvian President Raimonds Vejonis mentioned Brexit as an example why people should ...

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Saeima supports publishing KGB documents online by end-2018

RIGA - Saeima on Thursday approved in the final reading a bill on publishing KGB files online by the end of this year.

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No indications that Latvia may fail to receive new trains - Kucinskis

RIGA – There are no indications that Latvia may fail to receive new trains, Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Greens/Farmers) said in an int...

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