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An explosion in a gas pipeline in central Lithuania sent flames fifty metres into the air on Friday and forced the evacuation of a nearby village
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250 people have been told to evacuate from a village in northern Lithuania, according to the country's media.
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During a visit to Lviv in Ukraine, Poland's President Andrzej Duda met with his Ukrainian and Lithuanian counterparts, where he announced the dispatch of 14 coveted German-made Leopard tanks.
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According to the Lithuanian Interior Minister, civil safety has been neglected while threats to the country have increased.
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At least three migrants have had their legs amputated in recent months after trying to cross the Lithuanian-Belarus border.
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It comes amid frequent energy blackouts in Ukraine as Russian forces target the country's energy infrastructure ahead of winter.
Third migrant loses leg to frostbite at Lithuanian border: Reports
Earlier in November, two young Sri Lankan men had to have their legs amputated due to frostbite.
EU takes China to WTO over Lithuania export ban and patent protection
"In both cases, the Chinese measures are highly damaging to European businesses," the European Commission said.
Row breaks out as Vilnius tears down Stalin-era WW2 memorial
Critics of the move say it will hand Putin a propaganda victory. Local authorities describe the monument as a painful reminder of the Soviet occupation.
Barefoot migrants pushed by Belarus across Lithuanian border: Minister
This follows reports that a Sri Lankan man lost his leg to frostbite after being pushed across the snowy Lithuanian border barefoot.
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The Vilnius-based music collective fighting back against the creeping forces of totalitarianism.
Lithuania wants German troops 'for marriage, not one night stand'
Some 3,000 German soldiers have been assigned to protect Lithuania but for the time being they'll remain in Germany.
Plastic pollution: dangerous bacteria on Latvian and Lithuanian coast
Scientists mapping plastic pollution on the Latvian and Lithuanian coastline have discovered high levels of dangerous bacteria, called vibrio. A project largely funded by the European Cohesion Policy, called, ESMIC, has found 736 pieces of litter on 100 metres of beach.
NATO 'needs to do more' against Putin: German defence minister
"One thing is certain: the current situation means we need to do more together," German Defence Minister Christine Lambrecht said while visiting NATO troops in Lithuania.
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A controversial school book that glorified Moscow has now been withdrawn from circulation.
The project harnessing the power of sport to change children's lives
Risk-Free is a sporting initiative aimed at socially disadvantaged children. In Latvia and Lithuania an EU project hopes to improve children's mental and physical well-being by providing access to sport.