End of this week marks one month since letters with offers to Pasažieru vilciens’ multi-million train procurement project were opened. However, there is still no exact information available on the winner.
With Moscow failing to act to moderate tensions in Ukraine, Russia risks facing further sanctions, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has warned.
USA plans to send 600 soldiers to Poland and Baltic States to participate in the upcoming military exercises, as it was reported by Pentagon this week.
Consumer Rights Protection Centre has imposed a EUR 13,000 large fine against BIG Bank for implementing misleading and substandard commercial practice.
There are three prime suspects in the Riga Castle fire criminal case. All of them performed work prior to the fire and were all equally responsible for compliance with fire safety regulations in the building, reports the Chief of State Police Criminal Police Office Andrejs Grishins.
This week in Estonia, there will be held an international IT conference on digitalised business models presenting IT best practices from various fields - agriculture, clothing industry, logistics, retail and creative industries.
This week, NATO plans to announce its future steps to increase the safety of the Baltic Sea region.
April 22 is the international Earth Day, when more than a billion people throughout the world engages in ecology-themed events and learn about ways to make their lifestyle less harmful to nature. Here are seven facts on this significant annual event.
Without wealthy buyers from CIS countries, Jurmala’s expensive real estate market would have collapsed a long time ago. Two-thirds of the largest transactions in this city were performed by citizens of Russia and other CIS countries, as well as offshore companies owned by citizens of these countries.
After in South Korea three senior crew members were arrested in relation to the disaster, the country's President Park Geun-hye has blamed the captain of murdering almost 300 passengers.
U.S. voices increased support to Ukraine; Russia accuses interim government in violating Geneva accord
U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden is meeting with members of Ukraine's pro-Western government. Meanwhile, funerals are due to take place for three men shot dead on April 20 in Eastern Ukraine.
This Thursday, April 17th, as part of the police experiment, supports of the remaining section of the roof of the former Maxima supermarket failed to hold up the weight of water and collapsed, as reported by State Police press-representative Toms Sadovskis.
Russia will turn its gaze towards Latvia after it has finished annexing Ukraine’s territories, believes Polish MPE, member of the Foreign Affairs Commission and former Vice-President of the European Parliament Jacek Saryusz-Wolski.
Opposite to previous statements and the government’s accepted solution, Liepājas metalurgs’ most precious asset – Liepājas osta LM – will likely be sold separately, as the company’s insolvency administrator and sales consultant Prudentia have begun taking steps to separate the most precious asset from the company.