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Former Kaunas mayor Kupcinskas to replace Langaitis in Seimas

Andrius Kupcinskas, a former mayor of Lithuania's second-biggest city of Kaunas, will likely replace Tomas Langaitis in the Seimas after the...

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A. Le Coq says Estonia's alcohol tax policy has made them lay off 30 people

The Estonian beverage house A. Le Coq made about 30 people on various levels, or 10 per cent of its total workforce, redundant as a result of th...

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Revenue to Latvia's basic budget at 93.5 pc of target in 2017

Revenue to the Latvian central government basic budget in 2017 was at 93.5 percent of the target, the Finance Ministry said. The planned revenue...

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Dispute on Lithuanian sanctions for Russian TVs moves to EU Court of Justice

The instructions from Lithuanian institutions to move Russian televisions to paid packages of programs amid violations is in line with the Europ...

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Lithuania's ex-minister rejects suspicions over CIA prison outside Vilnius

Antanas Valionis, a former Lithuanian foreign minister, has rejected suspicions that the US Central Intelligence operated a secret prison for te...

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Flu kills 7 people in Lithuania this season

Seven people have died of influenza in Lithuania this season and the number of ill pregnant women is on the rise, the National Public Health Cen...

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Tallinn planning to build 10 commercial buildings on property of Eesti Energia

The City of Tallinn is planning to build around 10 commercial buildings on the 42e and 42m Kadaka Road properties owned by the Estonian state-ow...

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Unemployment in Latvia down to 8.7 pc in 2017

In 2017, 85,400 people in Latvia were unemployed, which is 8.7 percent of economically active population, according to the results of the Labor ...

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‘Jewish Death Camps’: On moral illiteracy and the real face of Poland today

A controversial new law in Poland makes it illegal to accuse the nation of being complicit with Nazi crimes such as the Holocaust. It also outla...

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Jelgava: one visit and you’ll be hooked forever

Just when you thought Riga was the star of the show, out pops Jelgava. Lying on the banks of the Lielupe River, Jelgava, which was once describe...

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