LRT

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

Lithuanian government approves €670,000 for migrant, Covid-19 related costs

The Lithuanian government on Wednesday allocated 670,000 euros to municipalities for the accommodation and education of ...

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Vilnius grants permit for anti-vaccination rally on Friday

Vilnius Municipality has issued a permit for the Lithuanian Family Movement to stage a rally in the capital's central sq...

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Lithuanian president vows to play role in same-sex partnership debate

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda said he would be actively involved in debates on legalising same-sex partnership, i...

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Much ado about Ws: Dutch-Lithuanian family stuck in courts over foreign name registration

While most expecting parents puzzle over the first name for their baby, for a Dutch-Lithuanian family the issue is the l...

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RSF denounces restrictions on press freedom in Lithuania and Poland

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has denounced “excessive restrictions on press freedom on the borders of Poland and Lith...

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 854 new cases, five deaths

Lithuania has registered 854 new coronavirus infections and five deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the countr...

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Case against Lithuania over LGBT-themed children's book reaches ECHR

A case against Lithuania over the children's book Amber Heart, by Neringa Macatė, goes before the Grand Chamber of the E...

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The price of leadership? Weaponised migration on the Lithuanian-Belarusian Border – opinion

Lithuania has received the epiphany that leadership is a dangerous job with a high price and punishments, argues Margari...

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For years, Lukashenko held Kremlin at arm's length. That may all be about to change

More than 20 years ago, leaders from Belarus and Russia signed a treaty on creating a union state, drawing the two forme...

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British researchers say pro-Russian influence op targets news websites

The websites of several prominent Western news outlets have been targeted by a pro-Russian influence operation that uses...

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Former parliament speaker elected to lead Lithuanian Basketball Federation

Vydas Gedvilas has been elected as the new president of the Lithuanian Basketball Federation.

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How train travel will change in Lithuania after September 13

Starting on September 13, Lithuania's Opportunity Pass (Galimybių Pasas) will become mandatory for certain activities, i...

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People in Taiwan up spending Lithuania’s online stores as ties grow stronger

People from Taiwan have increased their spending in Lithuania’s online stores amid growing ties between the two countrie...

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Belarus sends special forces to ‘border area’

Belarus has sent special forces, which were involved in suppressing the anti-regime protests, to the country’s western b...

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NATO Counter Hybrid Support Team arrives in Lithuania

A NATO Counter Hybrid Support Team has come to Lithuania to help the country's authorities deal with the migrant crisis ...

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Lithuania’s former PM forms new parliamentary group, splits biggest opposition party

Saulius Skvernelis, a former prime minister of Lithuania, and nine other MPs have left the Farmers and Greens Union's (L...

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Lithuania rolls out Covid-19 vaccine booster shot programme

The Lithuanian Health Ministry has given the green light to start administering booster Covid-19 vaccine shots to medics...

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 705 new cases, six deaths

Lithuania has registered 705 new coronavirus infections and six deaths from Covid-19 over the past 24 hours, the country...

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Lithuania to deport one migrant, alleging terrorist links

Lithuania’s institutions have decided to deport one irregular migrant, saying the person poses threats to national secur...

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Would gunshots lead to war? Tensions grow at Lithuania's border with Belarus

Amid a series of provocative actions from the Minsk regime, would a gunshot or an armed incident lead to war?

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