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Latvian residents concerned about liquidation of ABLV Bank – poll

RIGA – The Latvian society is concerned about liquidation of ABLV Bank, Latvian daily Diena reported on Friday, citing a poll commissioned...

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A Tour of the State Small Theatre of Vilnius in Shanghai

VILNIUS - This year the State Small Theatre of Vilnius (Valstybinis Vilniaus Mažasis Teatras) is participating in one of the most influential th...

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Elektrum Lietuva expanding in Lithuania, to offer solar panel installation services

VILNIUS - Independent power supplier Elektrum Lietuva, part of Latvian energy group Latvenergo, is launching a new business and will help reside...

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Lithuanian parlt names 2020 as Year of Vilnius Gaon and History of Lithuanian Jews

VILNIUS - The Lithuanian parliament has designated 2020 as the Year of the Vilnius Gaon and the History of the Jews of Lithuania. ...

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Estonia: Final larger battle of Siil military exercise to be held in Valga

TALLINN - The training battle phase of the Estonian large-scale military exercise Siil is about to end with the final larger battle to be h...

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Estonian defmin: Russia trying to pressure NATO to leave Baltic Sea

TALLINN - By harassing NATO warships, Russia is clearly attempting to pressure the alliance to leave the Baltic Sea, Estonian Defense Minister J...

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Court lifts Competition Council's EUR 2.2 million fine on Rigas Satiksme

RIGA - The Administrative Regional Court has overturned the Competition Council's EUR 2.2 million fine imposed on Riga municipal public tran...

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Lithuanian govt puts off decision on state railway co reorganization

VILNIUS - The Lithuanian government on Wednesday postponed for a week its decision on the proposed reorganization of the state railway company L...

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Estonian interior minister: Illegal workforce boom brought on by wage increase

TALLINN - The use of illegal workforce started to rapidly increase approximately a year and a half ago in relation to an increase in wages in Es...

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Share of shell companies in Latvia banks has dropped to 24% - Kucinskis

RIGA – The share of shell companies in Latvian banks has dropped from 40 percent to about 24 percent, Prime Minister Maris Kucinskis (Gree...

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