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

Iconic Kaunas Police building to get a facelift

The Kaunas County Police Headquarters have been relocated from its modernist 1930s office, which is set to undergo repai...

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Deep dive into Lithuania's emerging protest culture

Amid a complex series of internal and external pressures in Lithuania, writing off protesters as “anti-state” actors wil...

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Cards and card games in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania

Card games came to Lithuania from Germany via Poland and from the very beginning were loved by kings and condemned by mo...

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Lithuanian military begins evacuations from Kabul

Lithuania’s Armed Forces have begun evacuating Afghan nationals who helped the country’s forces during the operation in ...

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Khodorkovsky: Minsk has caused migrant crisis to please the Kremlin

Russian opposition figure Mikhail Khodorkovsky says that by sending migrants to Lithuania, Belarus' strongman leader Ale...

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Lithuania jails man who allegedly fought for Russia’s Wagner mercenaries

A 40-year-old Lithuanian man, Ilja, was arrested for facilitating a drug smuggling scheme. The man later admitted to hav...

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 537 new cases, classed ‘red’ by ECDC

Lithuania has registered 537 new coronavirus infections and four deaths from COVID-19 over the past 24 hours, the countr...

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Lithuania asks NATO to send 'Counter Hybrid Support Team'

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda has said international security must be strengthened in light of the humanitarian c...

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NATO plans to set up analytical unit in Lithuania – president

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda has said international security must be strengthened in light of the humanitarian c...

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‘We went over the top’ – Lithuanian president criticises government's vaccination push

The Lithuanian public is too polarised over Covid-19 vaccination, President Gitanas Nausėda says, and the government's p...

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A new parachute exhibit in Vilnius celebrates Lithuania’s partisan leader

Lithuania’s National Museum has opened an installation marking the 100th birth anniversary of a Lithuanian partisan lead...

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Lithuania hosts annual Vilnius Russia Forum, Khodorkovsky among speakers

Over 80 politicians, activists, human rights advocates, scholars and journalists from Russia, Lithuania and other countr...

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LRT English Newsletter: Kabul falls, Covid returns, Belarus escalates

LRT English Newsletter – August 20, 2021.

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Bad time to speak about accepting Afghan refugees, says Lithuanian minister

Due to the current migration influx from Belarus, the current infrastructure is overwhelmed and it would be difficult to...

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Meet the Middle Eastern migrants trapped in Lithuania

Lured to Belarus with promises of easy EU immigration, Iraqis, Syrians and Afghans are now trapped in Lithuania. DW's Ab...

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Surprising similarities between Lithuanian and Latvian anti-vaxxer movements, says Seimas speaker

There are many similarities between anti-vaccination movements in Lithuania and Latvia, says Lithuanian Parliament Speak...

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Lithuanian police troll protesters who claim tear gas contained Covid

Responding to a conspiracy theory that tear gas used against protesters in an anti-vaccination rally contained Covid-19,...

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Lithuanian honey production and export volumes on the rise

The production of honey has doubled compared to last year, while exports of the country’s produce has also been increasi...

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Casual drinking on the rise in Baltics – survey

Alcohol consumption in Lithuania is on the increase, even though more people drink only occasionally and consume a wider...

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EU presidency says Belarus’ actions amount to ‘aggression’, does not rule out further sanctions

Slovenia, which holds the rotating presidency of the EU council, described the ongoing migration influx from Belarus as ...

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