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THE SITUATION IN LITHUANIA STILL HIDES MANY UNKNOWNS

VILNIUS, January 16 - A special parliamentary committee was set up in the Lithuanian capital late last night to investigate the army's actions a few days ago when its units occupied several important public buildings in Vilnius, including the radio ... »

CALM DAY IN LITHUANIA

VILNIUS, January 19- As of today, the clouds of tension in Vilnius seem to have been cleared. Not a single night military patrol, disorders, nor a tank or armored personnel carrier on the streets was seen last night. Although several ... »

THE SHOCK IN LITHUANIA IS OVER, THE TENSION REMAINS

VILNIUS, January 21- The night in the Lithuanian capital was tense again. All roads to it - according to the parliamentary spokesman Audrius Ažubalis were blocked by paratroopers. Several incidents occurred after midnight, two of them involving weapons. In a ... »

BLACK CROSS OVER LITTLE LITHUANIA

VILNIUS, January 21- By the time you read these lines on a Monday - probably - cold January morning, it might all be over here. Or maybe it is just beginning. Who knows? Either way, it is hard to predict ... »

THE LITHUANIAN LANDING OPERATION

VILNIUS, January 28- He told me on his Warsaw phone that he was awaiting confirmation to go to Vilnius, and the editorial office gave him the okay, because it was in dire need of information. And so, Maxim turned out ... »

THE STARS RISE AFTER MIDNIGHT

VILNIUS, February 04- When I left for Vilnius, everything was calm. Even suspiciously calm. It was already known that there was a National Salvation Committee. However, no one knew who the members were. And to this day, no one knows. ... »

LIFE IN THE "AQUARIUM"

VILNIUS, February 11- “Raimondas, I don't have tickets. Let's go on foot," I told my new acquaintance, without blinking, as if I were on near the ‘Russian monument’ in Sofia and had to go to the Pliska Hotel, just ... »

WHEN THE JOURNALIST CRIES

VILNIUS, February 18 - There is one detail that I now avoid in the cozy Warsaw apartment, without any danger from the tank. This is the fact that from the first moments I spent in Vilnius, I cried. An unusual ... »


Someone, somewhere, sometime…

In the nineties, there was no such things, but there were plenty of other absurd things. Now, however, what is happening with the Bulgarian media - television and radio channels, and recently even newspapers, is not only absurd, but also ... »





The “Two and two hundred” …

Well, that's clear. After 33 years of painful transition, change and replacement of values, acrobatic political variations, in the end the truth shined - in Bulgaria we really know how to survive with both “two” and “two hundred”. In other ... »