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VykintasPugačiauskas Jun 11
Spooky, alien, apocalyptic — but also none of that, as a photographer, poet and political scientist discovered on her personal journey to a mostly Russian-speaking town on the edge of , a former home to the world’s most powerful nuclear plant
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Bertas Venckaitis Jun 13
Morning in . marks the Mourning and Hope Day commemorating victims of mass deportations perpetrated by occupant Soviet regime. More than 130,000 people (predominantly women and children) were deported to Siberia in 1940-1953. Many did not return.
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Vaidotas Beniušis Jun 13
temperatures hit record June highs as a heatwave forces school closures and threatens to reduce harvests in the draught-hit Baltic region.
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Vidmantas Purlys Jun 13
Black 14 June. Soviet Union occupied in 1940, terrible sovietisation followed w/ executions of pol, mil leaders& intellectuals. 14 June 1941 was the start to mass deportations, women&children majority of victims. More than 17 thou forced from homes, many more followed
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BNS Lithuania Jun 13
Temperatures reach 35,7 degrees Celsius in , hitting record June highs.
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Lithuania Jun 13
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Embassy of Lithuania in Ireland Jun 14
Today marks Day of Mourning and Hope, the 78th anniversary of the beginning of Soviet mass deportations which is one of the most tragic events in our shared European history. But: you might enslave body - not soul.
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LT MFA StratCom Jun 13
USSR occupied in 1940, and so the brutalities of totalitarianism commenced. One of the first inhumane Soviet operations took place on 14th of June, 1941, when 17,500 innocent people were deported to Siberia – most of them women and children. Many never returned home.
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Rolandas Kačinskas Jun 13
On June 14, marks the Day of Mourning & Hope. in 1941 alone Soviets deported over 30-thous. ppl to . Deportations from LT were series of 35 mass deportations carried out in an occupied country in 1941 and 1945–1952. About 300 thousand ppl deported in total
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Lithuania MFA Jun 12
🇱🇹 welcomes the announcement on increasing US 🇺🇸 military presence in 🇵🇱.
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NATO Joint Force Command Brunssum - JFCBS 1h
Impressive amphibious and air assault demonstration today for exercise . Look at the video of in Palanga beach in !
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NATO Joint Force Command Brunssum - JFCBS 1h
"A truly impressive firepower demonstration, highlighting the remarkable joint and combined capabilities of the Allied nations and partners in the Baltic Region." Gen Bühler, commander during exercise in .
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Albert Jun 8
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LTEMBASSYIL Jun 13
Today commemorates the 78th anniversary of mass deportation during and after WWII. Entire families were deported to the depths of the Soviet Union, Siberia. A time to remember the importance of our .
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xxbrxthindolxan 2h
So I just joined and I don't know what to do sometimes ;_; H2GKMO Homeland 💖
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Tom Ibarra Music Jun 8
Thank you very much Algis krisciunas for that ! So excited to play Sparkling at in tonight 🔥 See you there at 9pm with all the band before !
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Kestas Vaskelevicius Jun 7
Great piece by showing through 's history how much suffering do totalitarian ideologies bring. LT success story since 1990 is a strong case for the West to support unequivocally Euroatlantic aspirations of other European nations.
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Brent D. Silkey Jun 10
Ultra training in Lithuania!! Love this place so much! ❤️
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Linas Linkevicius Jun 13
marks the Day of Mourning and Hope. Whole country will stop for a minute of silence to commemorate thousands of victims of mass deportations perpetrated by the occupant Stalinist regime. Crimes of totalitarianism must never be neither forgotten nor forgiven.
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EuRevision 21h
#111: Love is Blind ( 2012): I realise Donny's too young for me to make a Daddy Montell joke, so instead I'll tell him he wouldn't go blind if he'd stop playing with it. 72%.
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