The Baltic country may be the first in the world to receive gays escaping a reported purge against homosexuals, while Poland continues to send back asylum seekers to Belarus.
The Baltic country is taking steps to cut back on alcohol consumption, which is one of the highest per capita in the world.
U.S. trying to extradite the man who roped Facebook and Google into a classic phishing expedition.
Russia also increased its budget, which made it the third-largest spender worldwide in 2016, report says.
A Re:Baltica investigation has traced the latest propaganda mouthpiece to colorful, Kremlin-funded characters.
Court hands down guilty verdicts to two men accused of stealing military intelligence.
Lithuania seeks allies for plan to stop electricity generated by plant from entering European power market.
As the new Lithuanian government urges emigres to return home, the education of their children moves center stage, with promising results.
Decision, following similar moves by other Baltic states, comes amid major NATO military buildup in the region.
Hawkish former interior minister will head a government of agrarians and Greens.
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