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Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania announced the expulsions on Friday.
Denmark deploys troops to Estonia as NATO strengthens its eastern edge
As the war in Ukraine escalates, and Russian troops strike closer to the Polish border on Sunday, killing at least 35 people in a deadly airstrike in Yavoriv, NATO sends reinforcements to its Baltic members.
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British soldiers jump into the icy water in Estonia.
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Baltic lawmakers meet Taiwan's Tsai, stepping up cooperation
Lawmakers from all three Baltic states met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday.
Latvia installs 'temporary' fence on Belarus border to stop migrants
Latvia and other Baltic states have been nervous about a potential influx of migrants from Belarus following the crisis on the Polish border.
MS Estonia: New expedition confirms official accident report
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Alar Karis sworn in as Estonia's new president
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Europe starts cleaning up its act to save the Baltic Sea
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Finns begin to rediscover their thirst for Baltic booze cruises
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