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

As Baltics reopen, thousands cross borders daily

Travel across the Lithuanian–Latvian border jumped significantly over the weekend as people made use of free movement within the ‘Baltic bubble’.

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Dentists, gyms, indoor bars and cafes reopen in Lithuania

Lithuania is further easing restrictions on Monday, allowing indoor bars and restaurants to reopen, as well as kindergartens and gyms under strict operating rules.

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Lithuanian and Baltic fighters in Eastern Ukraine – analysis

Twenty-one Lithuanians joined the war in Eastern Ukraine. While 16 took up arms for Ukraine, five entered the conflict on the Russian side, writes Eglė Murauskaitė, a researcher who tracked foreign fighters in Ukraine.

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Coronavirus: six new cases, infections decreasing

Seven new Covid-19 cases were confirmed in Lithuania, bringing the country’s total to 1,541 the National Public Health Centre reported on Sunday.

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Coronavirus update: six new cases, infections decreasing

Seven new Covid-19 cases were confirmed in Lithuania, bringing the country’s total to 1,541 the National Public Health Centre reported on Sunday.

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European LGBT equality survey shows east-west divide

The largest survey of its kind found vast discrepancies between countries – and only gradual progress. Even in high-scoring Germany, more people felt there had been a reduction rather than an increase in tolerance.

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Have Lithuanian scientists found a solution to chronic back pain?

Lithuanian scientists from Kaunas Technology University (KTU) may have found an exercise solution to treat chronic back pain, according to the univeristy's press release published at Emerging Europe.

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Coronavirus: Lithuania confirms 11 new cases

Eleven people were diagnosed with Covid-19 in Lithuania over Friday, according to the National Public Health Centre. In all, the country has so far confirmed 1,534 coronavirus cases.

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania confirms 11 new cases

Eleven people were diagnosed with Covid-19 in Lithuania over Friday, according to the National Public Health Centre. In all, the country has so far confirmed 1,534 coronavirus cases.

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‘We could have won’. Lithuanians reeling from Eurovision cancellation

The cancellation of this year's Eurovision Song Contest has upset many fans in Lithuania who hoped their country would be victorious.

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LRT FACTS. Did Dalia Grybauskaitė, Angela Merkel and Theresa May go to the same school?

An old photo, allegedly of Lithuania's former president and leaders of Germany and the UK, keeps circulating online, spawning controversies that the three women are part of a global conspiracy.

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Baltic countries formally lift travel restrictions, queues may form on borders

The foreign ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania signed a Memorandum of Understanding in Riga on Friday, formally lifting travel restrictions between the Baltic states.

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Estonian police call of search for bears in capital Tallinn

Estonian police have called off a search of two bears, a mother and her cub, after they were spotted wandering on the outskirts of the country’s capital, Tallinn.

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Estonian police call off search for bears in capital Tallinn

Estonian police have called off a search for two bears, a mother and her cub, after they were spotted wandering on the outskirts of the country’s capital, Tallinn.

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Coronavirus: two deaths at a Vilnius hospital

Two people have died from Covid-19, the National Public Health Centre said on Friday, adding that they were both treated at the same hospital in Vilnius.

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania reports 12 new cases

Twelve new coronavirus cases were diagnosed in Lithuania, the country's Health Ministry said on Friday morning.

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Lithuanian president proposes tax cuts, one-off child benefits

Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausėda on Friday proposed temporary income tax cuts and one-off payments to families with children to stimulate the country's economy.

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Baltic ministers say first coronavirus wave ‘under control’

Prime ministers of the three Baltic states said the first wave of the coronavirus has been taken under control.

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Lithuania’s ruling party leader threatens LRT after report on minister

After LRT Investigation Team reported on alleged kickbacks received by Transport Minister Jaroslav Narkevič, the leader of Lithuania’s ruling party threatened to investigate LRT.

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Lithuanian president urges EC leader to 'be personally involved' in Belarus NPP issue

Lithuania's president has called on the European Commission to take all possible action to ensure safety of Belarus' nuclear plant in Astravyets, urging EC leader Ursula von der Leyen to get “personally involved” in the matter.

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