U.S. Lending Support to Baltic States Fearing Russia
Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are keen to accept help and are shoring up their own modest defense capabilities. But what happens when President-elect Donald J. Trump takes power is an open question.
Senators Reassure Wary Baltic Nations That U.S. Won’t Abandon NATO
The three Baltic nations, all members of NATO and fearful of Russia, were alarmed by Donald J. Trump’s criticisms of the military alliance.
House Hunting in ... Lithuania
Foreign buyers are relatively few in Lithuania, but growing incomes and falling unemployment are enabling more Lithuanians to buy homes.
A Contemporary House in Vilnius
The five-bedroom villa, built in 2013, is in a gated development bordering a lake.
Lithuania’s New Prime Minister Pledges to Increase Military Spending
The new prime minister, Saulius Skvernelis, supports President-elect Donald J. Trump’s call for NATO members to spend more on defense.
Donald Trump’s Remarks Rattle NATO Allies and Stoke Debate on Cost Sharing
The candidate’s contention that he might not defend allies that do not pay enough of the costs raised alarms across a continent unsettled by Russia and rising populism.
Escape Tunnel, Dug by Hand, Is Found at Holocaust Massacre Site
In 1944, 80 captive Jews who were being forced to burn bodies at a Nazi extermination site attempted an escape.
British Judge Orders Proper Pay for Exploited Migrant Workers
The Lithuanian workers, who caught chickens, were not paid minimum wage and were charged illegal fees, and their wages were improperly withheld.
A Frequent Flyer’s Photos of Air Travel
For the past ten years, Mindaugas Kavaliauskas has been zipping through airports, traveling extensively to produce photography events. He eventually slowed down, capturing the beauty in moments of familiarity.
Lithuania: Misfires at AK-47’s Debut
Arming police officers with AK-47s led to an accidental shooting and the theft of a weapon — and to the resignation of the interior minister,
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