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  Latvia's center-right ruling coalition wins vote Map of RIGA Latvia  The opposition pro-Russian Harmony party won most votes in with 23%, while the Western-oriented three-party government had 56%   Ukraine crisis: Obama in Estonia ahead of Nato summit   US President Barack Obama is on his way to Estonia for talks on Russia and the Ukraine crisis with Baltic leaders Lithuanian president wins run-off Map of Vilnius Lithuania  Incumbent President Dalia Grybauskaite has declared victory following a second round of voting in the Baltic country's presidential elections Incumbent favorite in Lithuania presidential vote  Hard-nosed incumbent Dalia Grybauskaite is widely expected to win a second term in Lithuania's presidential election Estonian prime minister is resigning  57-year-old Andrus Ansip says he will step down next week after nearly nine years in office   Beaten protest leader leaves Ukraine   Lithuania: Dmytro Bulatov who says he was abducted and tortured has left the country for medical treatment   EU rejects Russia 'veto' on Ukraine   Lithuania: The EU will not accept a 'veto' by Russia on the bloc's ties with ex-Soviet republics, European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso has...   EU leaders gather in Vilnius under Ukraine cloud   Lithuania: Leaders of the EU are gathering in Vilnius for a summit rocked by Ukraine's shock decision not to sign a far-reaching agreement Latvia's prime minister resigns over deadly roof collapse   Latvian Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis is resigning in the wake of a deadly supermarket roof collapse   Latvians reject Russian in vote  Latvians have resoundingly rejected the option of making Russian the country's second official language, results from a referendum indicate Pro-Russia party wins most votes. Latvia   Latvia government 'set for win'  Centre-right government, led by Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis, will be returned to power for a third term, exit polls and early results suggest Latvians vote in crisis elections EU official claims Lithuania win  European Union budget commissioner Dalia Grybauskaite with 68% backing has claimed victory in presidential election TV stars' party comes second in vote. Lithuania NATO dismisses Afghanistan crisis. Lithuania Surgeon elected as president. Latvia Estonia shuts consulate. Moscow Estonia blames Russia for unrest Fresh clashes over statue   Estonia: Police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets after clashes erupted following the removal of a Soviet war memorial in Tallinn Estonia removes Soviet memorial Map of Tallinn Estonia
  Estonia ruling party wins election


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  Estonia's governing Reform Party won a national election overshadowed by security concerns sparked by Russia's role in Ukraine


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  The authorities have removed a contentious war memorial in Tallinn, despite overnight protests that left one person dead
  Estonians see memorial as a reminder of decades of Soviet rule. Russia says it should not be removed. The move provoked a condemnation from Russian officials and lawmakers. 40 people were injured and 300 arrested during clashes as police used tear gas to disperse ethnic Russian demonstrators



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  Latvia: NATO leaders meeting in Riga have agreed to step up operations in Afghanistan with more troops on the ground
Nov.28   NATO eyes Afghan handover in 2008
  Latvia: At a 2-day summit, Secretary-General de Hoop Scheffer insisted the alliance will prevail in its first mission outside Europe
May.31 Government collapses
. Lithuania

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May.7     Bush: Baltics 'should move on from war'  Latvia: President says the US will never forget the suffering of the Baltic states under Soviet occupation May.6     Bush to meet Baltic leaders  Latvia: President is at the start of a tour marking the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe Apr.20   Rice calls for change in Belarus
  Lithuania: US Secretary of State has described Belarus as the 'last true dictatorship'

year 2004 Top ^

Apr.6     Lawmakers sack president  Lithuania: Rolandas Paksas illegally granted citizenship to a Russian businessman who contributed to his campaign

year 2003 Top ^

Jan.5   Right-winger Paksas wins elections  Lithuania: Rolandas Paksas scored an upset victory in presidential runoff election, unseating the incumbent by a wide margin
before year 2000
Dec. 5, 1867 Marshal Pilsudski born
Map of Zalavas Lithuania
  Lithuania: Józef Klemens Pilsudski was a Polish statesman; Chief of State and de facto dictator (1926–35) of the Second Polish Republic


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2015-03-01 Estonia ruling party wins election Estonia
2. 2014-10-05 Latvia's center-right ruling coalition wins vote RIGA, Latvia
D. 2014-09-02 Ukraine crisis: Obama in Estonia ahead of Nato summit Estonia
4. 2014-05-25 Lithuanian president wins run-off Vilnius, Lithuania
5. 2014-05-09 Incumbent favorite in Lithuania presidential vote Lithuania
G. 2014-02-23 Estonian prime minister is resigning Estonia
H. 2014-02-02 Beaten protest leader leaves Ukraine Vilnius, Lithuania
I. 2013-11-29 EU rejects Russia 'veto' on Ukraine Vilnius, Lithuania
J. 2013-11-28 EU leaders gather in Vilnius under Ukraine cloud Vilnius, Lithuania



    
    

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  Ukraine crisis: Obama in Estonia ahead of Nato summit  US President Barack Obama is on his way to Estonia for talks on Russia and the Ukraine crisis with Baltic leaders   Bush: Baltics 'should move on from war'  Latvia: President says the US will never forget the suffering of the Baltic states under Soviet occupation   Bush to meet Baltic leaders  Latvia: President is at the start of a tour marking the 60th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe Estonia shuts consulate. Moscow   Beaten protest leader leaves Ukraine   Lithuania: Dmytro Bulatov who says he was abducted and tortured has left the country for medical treatment   Rice calls for change in Belarus  Lithuania: US Secretary of State has described Belarus as the 'last true dictatorship'   Estonia ruling party wins election




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  Estonia's governing Reform Party won a national election overshadowed by security concerns sparked by Russia's role in Ukraine
2014 Oct.5   Latvia's center-right ruling coalition wins vote
Map of RIGA Latvia  The opposition pro-Russian Harmony party won most votes in with 23%, while the Western-oriented three-party government had 56% May.25 Lithuanian president wins run-off Map of Vilnius Lithuania  Incumbent President Dalia Grybauskaite has declared victory following a second round of voting in the Baltic country's presidential elections May.9 Incumbent favorite in Lithuania presidential vote  Hard-nosed incumbent Dalia Grybauskaite is widely expected to win a second term in Lithuania's presidential election 2012 Feb.18   Latvians reject Russian in vote  Latvians have resoundingly rejected the option of making Russian the country's second official language, results from a referendum indicate 2011 Sep.17 Pro-Russia party wins most votes. Latvia 2010 Oct.2   Latvia government 'set for win'  Centre-right government, led by Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis, will be returned to power for a third term, exit polls and early results suggest Oct.1 Latvians vote in crisis elections 2009 May.17 EU official claims Lithuania win  European Union budget commissioner Dalia Grybauskaite with 68% backing has claimed victory in presidential election 2008 Oct.13 TV stars' party comes second in vote. Lithuania 2007 May.31 Surgeon elected as president. Latvia 2003 Jan.5 Right-winger Paksas wins elections  Lithuania: Rolandas Paksas scored an upset victory in presidential runoff election, unseating the incumbent by a wide margin



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2014 Feb.23 Estonian prime minister is resigning  57-year-old Andrus Ansip says he will step down next week after nearly nine years in office 2013 Nov.27 Latvia's prime minister resigns over deadly roof collapse   Latvian Prime Minister Valdis Dombrovskis is resigning in the wake of a deadly supermarket roof collapse 2004 Apr.6   Lawmakers sack president  Lithuania: Rolandas Paksas illegally granted citizenship to a Russian businessman who contributed to his campaign 1867 Dec. 5, 1867 Marshal Pilsudski born
Map of Zalavas Lithuania
  Lithuania: Józef Klemens Pilsudski was a Polish statesman; Chief of State and de facto dictator (1926–35) of the Second Polish Republic




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. Lithuania



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2007 Apr.28 Estonia blames Russia for unrest
Apr.27 Fresh clashes over statue   Estonia: Police have fired tear gas and rubber bullets after clashes erupted following the removal of a Soviet war memorial in Tallinn



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2013 Nov.28   EU leaders gather in Vilnius under Ukraine cloud   Lithuania: Leaders of the EU are gathering in Vilnius for a summit rocked by Ukraine's shock decision not to sign a far-reaching agreement 2006 Nov.29   NATO signals Afghan reinforcements
Map of Riga Latvia
  Latvia: NATO leaders meeting in Riga have agreed to step up operations in Afghanistan with more troops on the ground
Nov.28   NATO eyes Afghan handover in 2008
  Latvia: At a 2-day summit, Secretary-General de Hoop Scheffer insisted the alliance will prevail in its first mission outside Europe