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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?
Two staff members of the Frech embassy in Vilnius - who were part of President Emmanuel Macron's delegation when he visited Lithuania last week - have tested positive for COVID-19.
“If a neighbour’s house is on fire a good neighbour will not rub his palms rejoicing, which is something our authorities do,” Lithuanian MP Naglis Puteikis told Euronews. "Sometimes, it makes sense to keep one's mouth shut."
Around 50,000 people in Lithuania expressed their solidarity with those demanding democratic reforms in neighbouring Belarus.
Tens of thousands of people joined hands forming a human chain from Vilnius to Medininkai in Lithuania, as a show of solidarity with Belarusians fighting for democracy in their country.
Lithuania and Latvia said they would ban RT over the alleged involvement of the EU-sanctioned Dmitry Kiselyov.
Traditionalists say it disrespects Lithuanian insurgents executed on the same square as the beach in the 1860s. Liberals say the country should move on.
In Lithuania one woman is on a mission to save as many plants as possible and help people while she does it.
This event draws attention to both the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the cultural scene and the need to follow health advice.
Rimvydas Valatka told Euronews Lithuania is still short of being "a European state".
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.
Five people were released: two Russians, two Lithuanians and a Norwegian.
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