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Vitas Luckus’s obsession with photographing the Soviet bloc won praise from admirers and beatings from officials. His work faded into obscurity after his death, but his widow is helping to revive his reputation.
The global financial crisis has brought budget trims for higher education across Europe. But not in Poland and Lithuania.
Lithuania’s president vetoed a proposed coalition government on Monday, saying that one of the three parties involved stood accused of serious voter fraud.
The center-left opposition party campaigned on promises to end budget cuts and increase social spending, after four years of conservative rule and austerity measures.
The U.S. energy giant is betting on its “fracking” strategy for the Continent, despite environmental opposition in some countries.
Preliminary returns from parliamentary elections showed voters on track to oust the conservative government, an apparent reflection of public anger over austerity measures imposed in response to the European financial crisis.