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View Q&A: Lithuania led the way in struggle for freedom from Moscow
Today, countries like the Baltic states, Ukraine, and Poland threaten the likes of Putin because their progress makes people realise that there's an alternative to the kleptocratic regime in Moscow, Saul Anuzis told Euronews.
Watch: Ukraine’s army still relies on Soviet-era tanks
Many of Ukraine's tanks are old Soviet models like the T-64 and due to the stresses of war, it's becoming increasingly hard to maintain them.
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.
Soviet-era monuments in Latvia: Should they stay, or should they go?
A debate is raging in Latvia following a law allowing the demolition of Soviet-era monuments. Do they represent political propaganda or sites of historical importance?
Controversy as Latvia tears down Soviet-era monuments
Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Latvia has adopted laws to dismantle Soviet monuments but some argue this is erasing history.
Poland rids itself of four communist-era monuments
Four concrete monuments have been dismantled in Poland in a renewed drive to remove symbols of Moscow’s post-World War II domination
Poland removes four Soviet-era monuments amid Ukraine war
Warsaw says the move emphasises its disapproval of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Latvia's Centre for Contemporary Art is supporting a revolution
What role does art have in defending free speech and freedom of expression? Latvia's Survival Kit, the largest contemporary art show in the Baltics, explores that question through speech and sound.
The high-speed rail project cutting Baltic states' ties with Russia
Rail Baltica is connecting the Baltics to Europe’s rail network, another sign of how the Baltics have swung away from Russia to the West.
The "Queen of Soviet pop" protesting against Russia's war on Ukraine
At 73-years-old, Alla Pugacheva, dubbed the ‘Queen of Soviet pop music’, is arguably one of Russia's most famous singers with a career spanning over five decades
Poland wants Russia to return artwork looted by Red Army
The country lost an estimated 50 per cent of museum collections during the Nazi and Soviet occupations.
Thousands pay last respects to Gorbachev in Moscow, Putin a no-show
The last leader of the Soviet Union, who died Tuesday at the age of 91, will be buried at Moscow’s Novodevichy cemetery next to his wife, Raisa.
How Gorbachev’s dream of liberal, European Russia failed
The death of the eighth and final president of the Soviet Union has sparked debates that are particularly relevant now when Russia is involved in the invasion of its western neighbour.
From perestroika to Putin, the life of Mikhail Gorbachev in pictures
As the eighth and final Soviet president is to be interred in Moscow on Saturday, these are some of the key moments in his life and career.
Video: Why Lithuania didn't join the tributes to Mikhail Gorbachev
While Western Europe praised the last Soviet leader, the Baltic country was openly critical about his legacy.
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev dies at 91
The eighth and final leader of the Soviet Union died at a Moscow hospital where he was admitted for treatment, Russian media reported Tuesday night.
Watch as Soviet-era obelisk comes crashing down in Riga, Latvia
The nearly 80-metre spire was a prominent feature in downtown Latvia and has been used for commemorating Russia's Victory Day.
Removal of Soviet-era war memorial in Latvia angers ethnic Russians
A new law to remove Soviet-era monuments in Latvia because of the invasion of Ukraine has caused anger among the country's ethnic Russian community.
Estonia to remove Soviet-era monuments to 'ensure public order'
"As symbols of repressions and Soviet occupation, they have become a source of increasing social tensions," said Estonia's PM, Kaja Kallas.
Meet the 13-year-old restoring old Soviet tech in Georgia
“The markets for old tech in Tbilisi are glorious. There's nothing digital around and there are moments that feel a little bit like Bladerunner."