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

Lithuanian government backs online voting, but with caveats

The Lithuanian government has backed legislation on online voting, but suggests that it be first tested with expatriate voters.

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Lithuanian government backs online voting, but with caveat

The Lithuanian government has backed legislation on online voting, but suggests that it be first tested with expatriate voters.

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Most Lithuanians happy with government’s handling of Covid-19, survey shows

More than half of Lithuanians are satisfied with the government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis, a survey by Vilmorus for BNS has revealed.

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Lithuania keeps 28 countries on coronavirus ‘safe list’

Lithuania's Health Ministry has released an updated list of 28 coronavirus-safe countries whose citizens and residents can travel to Lithuania without any restrictions.

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Coronavirus: Lithuania confirms 3 new cases, steps up testing in select areas

Three new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Lithuania over Sunday, bringing the country's total count to 1,801, the Health Ministry reported on Monday.

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Coronavirus update: Lithuania confirms 3 new cases, steps up testing in select areas

Three new coronavirus cases have been confirmed in Lithuania over Sunday, bringing the country's total count to 1,801, the Health Ministry reported on Monday.

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Prominent Lithuanian-American Stanley Balzekas passes away at 95

Stanley Balzekas Jr., a prominent figure in the Lithuanian community of the United States and Lithuania’s Honorary Consul in Florida, passed away at the age of 95 on Thursday.

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Lithuania updates ‘blacklist’ of coronavirus-affected countries

Lithuania's Health Ministry released an updated list of 47 countries that are most affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Pandemic bares exploitation of migrant workers. Baltics are also to blame

With walls going up across Europe, migrant labour from the East became crucial to food security and international supply chains. Yet, workers have once again faced exploitation, and this time, Western Europe is not the only culprit, writes Jokūbas Sąlyga, a lecturer at UK’s Nottingham Trent University.

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Coronavirus: six new cases, including a teacher

Six new cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed in Lithuania on Saturday and Sunday, according to the country’s Health Ministry.

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Coronavirus update: six news cases, including a teacher

Six new cases of the novel coronavirus were confirmed in Lithuania on Saturday and Sunday, according to the country’s Health Ministry.

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Short stories of Lithuanian art. Algirdas Šeškus – video

LRT and MO Museum bring you a series of videos presenting 20 key Lithuanian artists of the 20th century.

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Baltics by camper van: key routes across Lithuania

Lithuania Travel, the country's tourism promotion agency, has put together four routes to explore by camper van, with accommodation and eating facilities for everyone's comfort.

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Latvia dedicates gigantic statue to Covid-19 medics

Latvia has erected a 6-metre-tall statue dedicated to the health care workers who fought the coronavirus pandemic.

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Denmark fixed bullying: what Lithuania could learn

Denmark went from having more bullying-cases than Lithuania today to almost none. What could the Baltic country learn from the Danish model? Giedrė Peseckytė and Amelie Klitgaard report for EUobserver, partners of LRT English.

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People in Vilnius protest against crackdown in Belarus

People in Vilnius gathered on Friday to protest against political repressions in Belarus. Leading opposition candidates, as well as activists and protesters, have been detained in Belarus as the country gears up for the August 9 presidential elections.

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Tsarist-era prison in VIlnius that hosted Netflix Stranger Things to be sold

Lithuania government has decided to sell a part of the former Tsar-era prison complex in central Vilnius. A third of the space will be rented out.

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‘We're not where we want to be’. EC president vows to continue discussions on Belarus NPP

The European Commission will continue discussions with Belarus about safety of the Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant, EC President Ursula von der Leyen has said.

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Lithuania and Poland slam Putin’s ‘journalistic activities’

Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius has mocked the op-ed attributed to Russian President Vladimir Putin in which he claims that the occupation of the Baltic states by the USSR happened “with consent”.

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Lithuanian airline to launch Vilnius–Palanga flights

A Lithuanian company has announced it will launch flights between Vilnius and Palanga on June 26. The 300-kilometre flight across Lithuania will last around 50 minutes.

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