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Prestigious Art Dealer Embraces His Jewish Heritage

… Dessler (1892-1953), the prominent Lithuanian-born rabbi who worked in …

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What 1989 can (and cannot) teach us

When viewed as the breaking point of conformity, 1989 contains multiple and legitimate meanings. This is the main conclu...

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PM promises more information on vaccination benefits in minority languages

Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte promised to provide more information about vaccination benefits in national minority languages as she visited the districts of Vilnius and Svencionys and the town of Visaginas on Friday.

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Eight candidates apply for Lithuania's EU General Court position

Eight candidates have submitted their applications to represent Lithuania at the European Union's General Court, the country's Justice Ministry said.

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President critical of preparations for EUR 2.2b EU support

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda is critical of preparations in the country to qualify for EU support, worth 2.2 billion euros, for post-pandemic economic recovery.

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Column: Gonzaga's toughest loss in recent years might be assistant coach Tommy Lloyd

… -Star that Lloyd snagged from Lithuania. There's Rui Hachimura …

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How Depression-Era Art Lives On Across the Garden State

… . Quite remarkably, one of the Lithuanian-born social realist’s most …

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Lithuania's nuclear town looks to remake itself with fashion

Visaginas, a formerly nuclear town in the northeast of Lithuania, is reinventing itself by hosting a world-class collect...

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'People in 30s are made to feel old'. Who are Lithuania's Eurovision darlings?

When The Roop won Lithuania's national Eurovision last year, many were convinced they could win over European audiences,...

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5th of population has received at least one vaccine doze

Almost a fifth of Lithuania's population has received at least one doze of a coronavirus vaccine, according to the latest figures from the country's statistics service, Statistics Lithuania.

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Simonytė on church services: we must try not to worsen situation

Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte on Friday thanked the Catholic Church for helping to bring the COVID-19 under control and spoke of the need to try and make sure the government's recent lockdown easing and the Church's decision to resume services with people in attendance not to worsen the situation.

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PM: Poland had a reason for expelling Russian diplomats

Poland had a reason to expel Russian diplomats, Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte said on Friday, commenting on the neighboring country's recent decision.

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Jurkonis. Everything you think you knew about politics is wrong: using political capital for good

We can’t escape the word politics, but do we really understand its various meanings?

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SCOOP 2021 Day 11: Adrian Mateos Claims $1K PKO Title

… Pool $750,000 Winner necgaidziai (Lithuania) First-place Prize $157,426 …

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