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Latvia unveils statue for health workers
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Germany launches tracing app as EU eyes travel revival
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Chefs across Europe are protesting lockdown rules
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Latvia to ease coronavirus restrictions for public gatherings from May 12Latvia will raise the limit for public gatherings to 25 people from two beginning May 12, as the country starts to ease restrictions introduced back in March to halt the spread of the novel..
Baltic states to create 'travel bubble' as pandemic curbs easedLatvia, Lithuania and Estonia will open their borders to each others' citizens from May 15, creating a Baltic "travel bubble" within the European Union amid an easing of pandemic restrictions, their..
Baltic states to open borders to each others' citizens: Latvian PMLatvia, Lithuania and Estonia will open their borders to each others' citizens from May 15, Latvian Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins said on Tuesday.
Latvia reports first death of a COVID-19 patient: health ministryLatvia reported its first death of a patient infected with the new coronavirus on Friday, when a 99-year-old woman died in a hospital in Riga, the health ministry said.
Baltic states send ships for citizens stranded on German-Polish borderEstonia and Latvia will send ships to bring back hundreds of their citizens stranded on the border between Germany and Poland, following Warsaw's decision last week to shut its borders in response to..
Lithuania and Latvia close schools, ban large public gatherings over coronavirusLithuania and Latvia on Thursday temporarily closed schools and kindergartens and banned large public gatherings in the Baltic countries to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Latvia reports its first coronavirus case: ministryLatvia said on Monday it had confirmed its first case of the new coronavirus.
Denmark and Latvia to move some troops from Iraq after Iranian missile strikesDenmark will temporarily move some of its military personnel from the Al-Asad air base in Iraq that was targeted in an Iranian missile strike on Wednesday, Prime Minister Mettle Frederiksen said.
U.S. removes sanctions on Latvia's second-largest portThe United States has removed its sanctions on one of Latvia's main ports after the Baltic country's government took control of the port, the U.S. Treasury Department said on Wednesday.
Latvian government seizes control of main ports after U.S. sanctionsLatvia's parliament on Thursday passed legislation to take control over the Baltic country's two biggest ports in an effort to keep them open after U.S. sanctions against a Latvian oligarch threatened..
Latvian oligarch hits back at corruption charges as U.S. clamps downLatvian politician and oligarch Aivars Lembergs, who was put on a U.S. corruption sanctions list on Monday, hit back on Tuesday, saying allegations against him were "fake news" and instigated by his..
U.S. sanctions Latvian oligarch charged with corruptionThe United States on Monday sanctioned Aivars Lembergs, the suspended mayor of Latvia’s seaport city of Ventspils and an oligarch with substantial influence in the country’s politics, over alleged..
Latvia foreign minister sees Brexit extension, debate over how longEuropean Union leaders are willing to delay Brexit past next week's Oct. 31 deadline, but have not agreed on how long the extension should be, Latvia's foreign minister, Edgars Rinkevics, said on..