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US Vice President Joe Biden has underlined the United States’ commitment to NATO’s mutual defence guarantee, Article 5.
Andrius Cikotas from Lithuania collects Soviet-era Zaporozhets people’s cars.
NATO is set to send more troops to the Baltics and Poland to deter any perceived Russian aggression. What does this say about peace in Europe?
Compulsory military service is back in Lithuania, and 4,000 NATO troops are being deployed to the Baltics and Poland - all of which border Russia.
Euronews reporter Hans von der Brelie met Lithuanian Defence Minister Juozas Olekas in the capital Vilnius to have an Insiders chat about the ongoing changes in the field of European…
Lithuania’s parliamentary website came under cyber attack on Monday just as a special session of the World Congress of Crimean Tartars was meeting to
The asylum seeker, Abdul Basir, had worked with Lithuanian soldiers in logistics in the province of Ghor
Low milk prices in Lithuania have triggered a colourful procession by producers, complete with a cow’s skeleton. Thousands of demonstrators turned
Lithuania has received its first asylum-seekers under a European Union plan to relocate some of the hundreds of thousands of refugees who have
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The US has announced plans to deploy heavy weaponry in several Central and Eastern European nations. Officials say they want to calm concerns among
Lithuania has thrown itself into the mix of Baltic states and eastern European nations expected to station US heavy weaponry in the near future
Western Europe’s dependence on Russia as an indispensable source of energy has long been a fraught issue for the EU, complicating already tense
Euronews met Marius Juonys, expert on EU competition law. Juonys is based in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius and works for Lawin, a business law firm
The Lithuanian Energy Minister, Rokas Masiulis, explains why his country invested massively in new energy infrastructures. Euronews met him in the
Lithuania has ordered the detention of a Russian citizen on suspicion of spying. The individual is accused of trying to infiltrate Lithuania’s
Russian state-owned RTR Planeta will be taken off-air in Lithuania. Repeated instances of alleged pro-Kremlin propaganda have led Lithuania’s
A march to mark 25 years of independence: Lithuanians turned out for commemorations of the Soviet exit amid warnings their freedom could once again
American Stryker armoured fighting vehicles rolled alongside the Estonian Army on the Baltic republic’s Independence Day, Feb. 24th. In the city of
Police officers in Vilnius, Lithuania, saved a baby’s life on Wednesday, February 18 after a man flagged down their patrol car with a choking baby in
Lithuanian men aged 19-26 could soon find themselves carrying out military exercises as the country announces plans to bring back military
Lithuania is publishing a manual to advise citizens on how to respond to threats amid fears Russia’s intervention in Ukraine could spread to the
Lithuania joined the euro zone at the stroke of midnight on Thursday, hoping to anchor itself in Europe as its former master Russia flexes its
Lithuania is seven years behind schedule bringing in the euro this January 1st. It has been lined up to replace its litas currency since 2002 but its
Lithuania's prime minister has become the first in his nation to withdraw a euro banknote
Real Economy visits Lithuania, to analyse the economic consequences for the last Baltic country to join the euro in January 2015