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Estonia’s halo has slipped. Kaja Kallas must restore it – opinion

The toxic, far-right Conservative People’s party (EKRE) no longer forms part of Estonia’s government. Repairing the damage it has done to the country’s reputation will be one of the most important tasks of new prime minister Kaja Kallas, writes Craig Turp-Balazs for Emerging Europe, partners of LRT English.

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Bite Lithuania included into list of Lithuanian top-employers

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Conservatives' leader slams fellow MP's Holocaust remarks as 'inadequate'

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis, the leader of the ruling conservative Homeland Union–Lithuanian Christian Democrats, on Wednesday expressed outrage at his fellow MP Valdas Rakutis' remarks on the Holocaust.

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Belarus authorities fail to investigate torture accusations, Amnesty says

Belarusian authorities have failed to investigate allegations of torture by protesters detained during anti-government demonstrations calling for the resignation of strongman Alyaksandr Lukashenka, a report issued on January 27 by Amnesty International says.

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One killed, five injured in bridge construction accident in Lithuania's Kaunas

One worker was killed and five others were injured by a metal structure that fell off a bridge under construction in Kaunas, Lithuania's second-biggest city, on Wednesday afternoon.

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Lithuania delays e-residency rollout

Lithuania was to roll out its e-residency system in January, but the online platform for foreign nationals will not be operational before at least February, the Migration Department has said.

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Lockdown and movement restrictions extended until March

The Lithuanian government on Wednesday extended the coronavirus lockdown and the ban on non-essential travel between municipalities until March.

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Latvian A.C.B. won the tender to reconstruct of Palanga Airport runway

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Two Lithuanian companies are recognised as top employers for the seventh consecutive year

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Lithuania extends lockdown for another month

Lithuania's national lockdown, which includes restrictions on businesses and intercity travel, will be extended until the end of February, the government decided on Wednesday.

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Vilnius TV tower gears up for reconstructions

Built in 1980, the Vilnius TV tower is gearing up for reconstruction after surveyors found that the building's structure need major upgrading.

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Baltics and Ukraine seek to block Russian delegation at PACE

The Baltic states, together with Ukraine and Poland, are seeking to block the Russian delegation's powers at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), with the final vote on the proposal scheduled for Thursday, the Lithuanian parliament office has said.

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‘Lithuanians, not Jews, should be talking about the Holocaust’ – interview

To mark the International Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27, LRT.lt speaks with Ruth Reches, a Jewish-Lithuanian scholar and the headmaster of the Shalom Aleichem Gymnasium in Vilnius, whose grandparents survived the Second World War.

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7 Marketing Trends You Need to Know to Succeed in 2021 - the Lithuania Tribune

Marketing is one of the sectors that profoundly felt the upheavals of 2020. As business struggled through entirely new patterns of customer behavior, many took this as an opportunity to rebrand their image. Today, the [...]

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania records 1,278 new cases

Lithuania has registered 1,278 new coronavirus infections and 24 deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the country's statistics office said on Wednesday morning.

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