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

NGO suggest class action over Lithuania's quarantined voters

About 150 voters complained that they couldn't vote in the first round of Lithuanian parliamentary elections due to self-isolation.

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Lithuania joins EU's 3rd coronavirus vaccine contract

The Lithuanian government has decided to participate in the European Commission's third contract with a pharmaceutical company for the supply of a Covid-19 vaccine.

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Belarusian exiles in Lithuania: ‘Vilnius is the political capital of Belarus’

Belarusian bloggers Olga and Andrey Pauk arrived in Lithuania three weeks ago. Although the well-known activist family had to flee the “military dictatorship”, they believe that democracy will eventually prevail in Belarus.

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People in Lithuania urged to donate blood as stocks dwindle

Lithuania’s National Blood Centre has urged people to donate blood amid nationwide shortages.

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Covid-19 cases jump in Vilnius, infections linked to bars

Ninety-eight new cases of coronavirus cases were confirmed in Vilnius on Wednesday, prompting calls to introduce restrictions on bars.

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Lithuanian government presents 2021 spending bill with 5-percent deficit

Lithuania's state budget revenue, including EU and other international assistance funds, will be smaller in 2021, compared to this year's budget, and expenses will grow.

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Lithuanian intelligence eases restrictions for informants to arrive in the country

Foreign nationals who cooperate with Lithuania's intelligence services will be admitted into the country and will not be required to self-isolate upon arrival, according to new rules approved on Wednesday.

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Moscow film festival removes Armenian film shot in Lithuania

The Moscow International Film Festival has removed the Armenian film Gate to Heaven, directed by Jivan Avetisyan, from its non-competitive programme. The organisers reasoned that the screening could cause riots in light of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, its creators said.

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Coronavirus: 139 new cases in Lithuania, outbreak among asylum seekers

Lithuania confirmed 139 new coronavirus cases over Tuesday, the National Public Health Centre (NVSC) said, and three more people died of the disease.

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Coronavirus update: 139 new cases in Lithuania, outbreak among asylum seekers

Lithuania confirmed 139 new coronavirus cases over Tuesday, the National Public Health Centre (NVSC) said, and three more people died of the disease.

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Coronavirus update: 139 new cases, outbreak at migrant registration centre

Lithuania confirmed 139 new coronavirus cases over Tuesday, the National Public Health Centre (NVSC) said, and three more people died of the disease.

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Turkish Airlines to resume Vilnius–Istanbul flights

Turkish Airlines plans resume flights between Vilnius and Istanbul, according to the carrier and Vilnius Airport.

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Turkish Airlines resumes Vilnius–Istanbul flights

Turkish Airlines have resumed flights between Vilnius and Istanbul on October 12.

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Mažeika re-appointed deputy director of Lithuania's national security agency

The Lithuanian president has appointed Vaidotas Mažeika as a deputy director of the country's national security agency, the State Security Department (VSD), for a second term.

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Lithuania to send more troops to Iraq

Lithuania plans to increase the number of troops involved in NATO's training mission in Iraq, the presidential office and the Defence Ministry told BNS on Tuesday.

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Over 700 Lithuanian healthcare workers got infected with coronavirus

Over 700 healthcare workers have contracted the coronavirus in Lithuania since the pandemic broke out, and over 400 people have tested positive at schools, a public health official said.

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As 'dead zones' grow, can the Baltic Sea be saved?

One of the youngest seas in the world is catching up with ecological consequences caused by the decade-long mismanagement of the fishery, pollution, and accelerating global warming. Will the Baltic Sea survive?

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Berlin to build memorial for Nazis' victims in Baltics, Eastern Europe

A tribute to the victims of Nazis in the Baltic states, Poland and Eastern Europe is heralded as a “milestone” in Germany's remembrance culture. Deutsche Welle, partners of LRT English, report.

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Lithuania's GDP dip to be smallest in Europe, IMF expects

Lithuania's economic contraction this year will be the smallest one in Europe, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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Lithuania scores poorly in fighting business bribery abroad – Transparency International

Lithuania's law enforcement is not doing its best to investigate corruption of Lithuanian companies operating abroad, according to a report by the NGO Transparency International.

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