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Treason Season – are the Baltics Russia’s nexus into NATO?

On Sunday, Sept. 28, Estonia witnessed its first ever case of treason when former top official Herman Simm was arrested, along with his wife Heete, on suspicion of selling classified information to Russia.

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Air ballooning taking off in Lithuania

Air ballooning in Lithuania is 20 years old this year and has come a long way since its birth. There are a total of 11 clubs in Lithuania that f...

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Conservatives and celebrities to rule Lithuania

The Homeland Union/Christian Democrats have emerged victorious from the first round of Lithuanian parliamentary elections. The elections, which ...

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Visa free Baltics

U.S. President George W. Bush has invited the three Baltic States to join in a visa-free regime with the United States. Bush said on Oct. 17 tha...

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Lithuania tops the media charts

A recent study has found that Lithuania is the most media savvy Baltic State.

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Latvian rides his way to Guiness history

Latvian Bruno Šulcs has made the history books. In late August, Šulcs took his place in the Guinness Book of World Records for a spectacular feat in high-altitude cycling.

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President's residence sold to casino operator

With Baltic economies continuing their plummet into stagflation, the Estonian government has decided to take drastic measures. In a strong show ...

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LETTERS: Business Critique

I am writing you in response to the article about the economy in City Paper issue number 113, published October 2008.

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LETTERS: Impressed With Ejugbo

I was truly impressed by the interview with Mr. Christopher Ejugbo in last month’s CityPaper.

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LETTERS: Satirical Spelling

I was very disappointed that the latest of your three issues contained less ‘creative’ spelling.

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