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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Lithuania

This year
Liffey Valley and Mahon Point among major shopping centres currently unable to accept gift cards
The CCPC said the ‘vouchers managed by PayrNet are not standard gift vouchers covered by consumer protection laws’.
Biden: No easy path for Ukraine to join NATO alliance
The comments come before NATO leaders are set to meet in Lithuania next month.
Gas pipeline explodes in Lithuania with no injuries reported
The blast happened as Lithuania marked the anniversary of Soviet troops trying and failing to reoccupy it in 1991.
Gardaí hand Estonian hitman over to Lithuanian authorities for alleged role in pop star plot
Imre Arakas is wanted in Lithuania in connection with the shooting of a pop star’s lover.
Last year
Estonian hitman Imre Arakas to be extradited to Lithuania for allegedly supplying guns to gang
Imre Arakas was jailed for six years in December 2018 for conspiring to murder James ‘Mago’ Gately.
Fugitive wanted for human trafficking offences surrendered to Lithuania police at Dublin Port
Gardaí said the man has strong links to organised crime.
Russia vows 'serious' consequences over Lithuanian rail restriction on Kaliningrad
Lithuania says it is simply adhering to EU-wide sanctions on Moscow but Russia countered, accusing Brussels of “escalation”.
Germany expels Russian envoys and Lithuania expels Russian ambassador over Bucha 'brutality'
The Lithuanian Foreign Affairs Minister said it was due to the “horrific massacre” in Bucha.
Lithuania cuts off Russian gas imports and urges EU to do the same
The measure took effect at the beginning of April, according to the country’s energy ministry.
Last-gasp moment of magic from Troy Parrott seals Ireland win over Lithuania
Parrott’s stunning 96th-minute strike earned a 1-0 victory.
Ireland v Lithuania, international friendly
A late, great Troy Parrott goal ensured it finished 1-0 at the Aviva Stadium.
Stephen Kenny rings the changes for friendly against Lithuania
Kenny has made six changes for tonight’s game.
Ireland out to prove they can live easily with the favourites tag in Lithuania clash
Ireland end the March window with a lower-key friendly game in Dublin tonight.
Vladimir Putin says it's 'possible' to move forward on some of Macron's proposals
But the Kremlin also warned that the situation is too complex for a breakthrough after “just one meeting”.
Man returned to prison after questioning in relation to disappearance of woman in County Louth
Giedre Raguckaite was last seen on the night of 29 May 2018.
All time
Northern Ireland breathe life into World Cup qualifying campaign with 4-1 win
Shayne Lavery and Daniel Ballard scored their first international goals in a victory over Lithuania.
Man found civilly liable for Omagh bombing to be extradited to Lithuania
Liam Campbell is suspected of international weapons smuggling in Lithuania.
Two leading members of Lithuanian human trafficking crime gang evade capture during garda raids
The raids happened last week.
Ronaldo hits hat-trick in 6-0 victory as Portugal close in on Euro qualification
Goncalo Paciencia, Pizzi and Bernardo Silva were also on target.
'We are absolutely elated' - Three wins from three sees Ireland U17s ease into Euro Elite Round
21 goals scored and none conceded as James Scott’s young guns finished top of their group.
Joy of six as Ireland's young guns progress to Euro Elite Round qualifiers in style
James Scott’s U17 women advanced with a game in hand, and face Greece in a top-of-the-table clash next.
Cristiano Ronaldo bags four goals to keep Portugal's qualification campaign on track
Lithuania goalkeeper Ernestas Setkus was guilty of a howler as Ronaldo inspired Portugal to victory.
Lithuania's capital is billing itself as 'The G-Spot of Europe' and Catholics are not one bit happy
The Pope is visiting the city next month.
Revealed: The human trafficking heroin gang behind an acid attack on a drugs garda
Gardaí have been investigating this gang for a number of years.
Man who weighed cars with concrete blocks in order to ram designer shops jailed for 5.5 years
Aurimas Petraska had pleaded guilty to the theft of €150,000 worth of women’s clothes and Chanel products.
Emotional Defoe back in the goals for England after leading team out with 'best mate' Lowery
The veteran striker put Gareth Southgate’s side on the road to victory and was happy to be playing international football again
Gang who flew in Lithuanian brides to UK as part of sham marriage scam jailed
People involved in the scam swapped roles in fake bridal parties.
Stoppage-time strike ends Youths' hopes of Champions League progression
Tetyana Kozyrenko scored the winner for the Lithuanian visitors, making it an agonising defeat for the hosts in Ferrycarrig Park.
Man wanted over murder charges in Germany arrested in Galway
Vyauntas Dunauskis, originally from Lithuania, has been living in Ireland for a number of years.
Man charged with murder after body of Lithuanian found in garage
A 34-year-old man is due in court.
Ireland U21s continue perfect start to qualifiers for the European Championships
A convincing win for Noel King’s men this evening in Waterford.
Irish mum and daughter killed in Poland
The car accident occurred yesterday.
World's worst knife thrower hits his assistant TWICE on live TV
*covers eyes*
'We have no more Christmases, we just have sadness'
The sister of murdered Jolanta Lubiene has spoken to RTÉ.
"Second class Euro membership": Ireland could lose automatic right to ECB vote
Under the new system, for one month every year Ireland will not be able to vote.
The Irishman accused of Real IRA gun-running in Lithuania is to face a retrial
Michael Campbell was originally sentenced to 12 years in prison but his conviction was overturned.
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler tries to sing his own song with some buskers
Awkward bombs. Awkward bombs everywhere.
8 memorable moments in which we reached peak Eurovision
Tinfoil-clad dancers, cowbell interludes and a singing turkey. Only the Eurovision.
Specially constructed jackets used to conceal duty-free cigarettes
Another cigarettes seizure was also made in Sligo with a retail value in excess of €6,100.