LRT

Lithuanian National Radio and Television (LRT) is the national public broadcasting company of Lithuania.

Slovenia sends 10km of concertina wire to Lithuania for border barrier

A shipment of concertina razor wire has been delivered to Lithuania from Slovenia on Thursday, along with other elements...

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Police launch three probes after August 10 riot near Lithuanian parliament

A total of three pre-trial investigations were launched after riots outside the Lithuanian parliament earlier this month...

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Lithuania's Prienai marks 80th anniversary of Jewish massacre

The southern town of Prienai is holding a series of events on Thursday to commemorate the massacre of its Jewish communi...

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 703 new cases, seven deaths

Lithuania has registered 703 new coronavirus infections and seven deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the count...

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EU Court calls on Poland, Latvia to aid migrants stuck on Belarus border

Dozens of Iraqi Kurds and Afghans have sought the help of the European Court of Human Rights over asylum claims. The EU ...

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Fifty Afghans land in Lithuania Thursday morning

Around 50 more Afghans who worked with Lithuanian troops in Afghanistan, as well as their family members, have been flow...

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A two-headed international actor emerges on Lithuania's doorstep – opinion

A year on from the falsified presidential election, two Belaruses now occupy the international arena. Neither the West n...

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Volunteer warns of ‘humanitarian crisis’ at Lithuania's migrant camps

Living conditions in Lithuania's migrant camps are unsustainable, under-resourced and inhumane, says a volunteer after v...

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Are CEE countries doing enough to meet their sustainable development goals?

While most countries in Central and Eastern Europe score below the EU average in a new report looking at sustainable dev...

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Archeologists unearth central part of Vilnius Great Synagogue

Archeologists carrying out excavation work at the site of the Great Synagogue of Vilnius have unearthed its central part...

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More Afghan translators land in Lithuania, operation to wrap up Thursday

Another 50 Afghan nationals who had worked with the Lithuanian Armed Forces in Afghanistan arrived in Lithuania on Wedne...

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Police gear up for another anti-vaxx rally in Vilnius, intent on preventing riot repeat

The organisers of May's anti-LGBTQ Big Family March and the anti-vaccination rally earlier this month are planning anoth...

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Czechia donates €0.5m to Lithuania to help deal with irregular migration

The Czech Republic has donated more than 500,000 euros to Lithuania to help it deal with irregular migration.

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports surge of 649 new cases

Lithuania has registered 649 new coronavirus infections and five deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the countr...

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First group of Afghan translators reach Lithuania

The first group of Afghan nationals who have collaborated with the Lithuanian military landed in Vilnius at around 04:00...

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Lithuania’s stand-off with China: what’s next?

After Vilnius accepted to host Taiwan’s de facto embassy, China has threatened to punish Lithuania. However, Beijing’s o...

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Coronavirus infection rate stabilises in Lithuania, but hospitalisations and deaths increasing

The rate of new Covid-19 cases in Lithuania has stabilised, but the number of hospitalisations and deaths from the coron...

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How Lenin statue fell in Vilnius 30 years ago: 'his legs were cut in line with Lithuanian folk tradition'

Thirty years ago, on August 23, 1991, Lithuania knocked downed the Lenin statue, providing iconic images that symbolised...

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Austria vows to help Lithuania in EU talks on Belarus border fence funding

Austria has vowed to help Vilnius in negotiations with the European Union on financial assistance for the construction o...

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Russia mulls selling advanced S-400 air defence systems to Belarus

Moscow may supply Belarus with its advanced S-400 air defence systems, Russian Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Mant...

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