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Europe’s army of Elves fights real-world Russian disinformation
Self-organised and nonfunded, groups of volunteers from the Baltics to Central Europe took on the task of combatting the Kremlin propaganda machine. Now, the war in Ukraine has them doubling their efforts.
How is life back home for the Lithuanians who left the UK post-Brexit?
For some, it's all smiles, but others are struggling to adapt to life back home.
Why is the EU taking China to the WTO over its Lithuania dispute?
Brussels says it went to the World Trade Organization after failing to settle the dispute with China.
Brussels backs Lithuania in row with China over Taiwan
Vilnius and Brussels have said Beijing has stopped clearing customs for products from Lithuania.
Lithuanian news outlets delete comments to combat COVID misinformation
Lithuanian news websites have said they will remove anonymous public comments on stories about COVID-19.
Brussels working on fresh sanctions against Belarus over migrants
The European Commission confirmed to MEPs that new measures targetting the Lukashenko regime were being prepared.
'I arrived in sandals': Meet the Afghans starting a new life in Europe
Fearful for their families back home but hopeful for a new start, these are the Afghan escapees who now count Europe as their home.
Lithuania challenged on migration law changes amid Belarus border row
The Council of Europe says the changes "remove, in the case of an emergency situation, significant safeguards in the asylum procedure".
Is Lithuania's 550-km border fence going to be money well spent?
MPs approved the border fence earlier this month after a surge in the number of migrants arriving at Lithuania's frontier from Belarus.
Belarus to tighten border amid row over migrants with Lithuania
Defence and security agencies were ordered to "close every metre of the border" in order to stop migrants that Lithuania turns away from coming back into Belarus.
Lithuania takes a tougher line on the migrant influx from Belarus
Lithuania has struggled with a flow of migrants from the Middle East and Africa, a huge influx that the Baltic country has blamed on Minsk as part of a "hybrid war" against the EU.
In Lithuania, a surge of migrants provokes both fear and compassion
“They come here for a better life. As a Christian, I believe we should help them,” said resident Kazimir Mikulevic.
'Unacceptable': Belarus accused of using migrants in its fight with EU
Brussels says Belarus is facilitating illegal crossings into Lithuania to put "political pressure" on the European Union.
Frontex to 'significantly' up support along Lithuania-Belarus border
Frontex said in a statement that it will more than double its number of officers and patrol cars in Lithuania.
Baltic nations expel Russian diplomats in support of Czech Republic
Prague has accused Russian secret agents of involvement in a deadly blast at a munitions factory in 2014.
Lithuania marks 30 years of deadly Soviet assault over independence
More than a dozen people lost their lives on January 13, 1991 when Soviet troops and tanks drove through crowds gathered in front of the television tower in Vilnius — seen as a symbol of independence.
Is Lithuania's female-led government a sign of improved equality?
The emergence of a female-led governing coalition has sent shockwaves across swathes of Lithuanian society.
Russia’s war for influence in Lithuania is waged with TV and baseball
Despite the Baltic country's bloody history with its Russian neighbour, there remain forces within Lithuania who would like to see it move away from Europe and towards Moscow.
Belarus: Britain is 8th European country to recall ambassador
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said Britain "condemns Belarus' decision to expel Polish and Lithuanian diplomats" which he described as "completely unjustified".
How COVID-19 could save Lithuania's populists from electoral oblivion
In early 2020, the polls suggested it was game over for Lithuania's ruling party. Then the coronavirus pandemic happened.
Why is Lithuania such a staunch ally of Belarus' opposition movement?
Lithuania has hosted exiled leaders of Belarus' opposition movement and been among the first to slap sanctions on Alexander Lukashenko. But why such strong support?
Lithuania follows Latvia in banning Russian broadcaster RT
Lithuania and Latvia said they would ban RT over the alleged involvement of the EU-sanctioned Dmitry Kiselyov.
Fashion displays encourage social distancing in Vilnius restaurants
Mannequins in Lithuania are filling empty tables so restaurants can respect social distancing.
Gay couple wins online hate speech case against Lithuania
A Facebook post showing a photograph of a gay couple kissing triggered hundreds of online hate comments, including death threats. The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Lithuania for failing to prosecute perpetrators.
Lithuanians back dual citizenship with 43 countries but not Russia
Over 71% of voters approved amending the constitution to allow for dual citizenship with 43 countries including EU member states and the US but excluding Russia.
EU equality agency staff not treated equally, court says
A ruling by a Lithuanian court has highlighted how the European Institute on Gender Equality has not been enforcing EU legislation on the equal treatment of temporary staff.