Shortly after midnight, the Latvian Prime Minister withdrew a symbolic 10 euro note from an ATM machine, marking his country's adoption of the euro. Many Latvians are skeptical.
A Latvian bank is accused of funneling billions to North Korea while the country's top bank official is alleged to have taken bribes. However, European Central Bank authorities raised no alarms. Teri Schultz reports.
Brussels has called on Italy to "boost the reform momentum" as it continues its sluggish recovery after the 2008 crisis. But the warning may fall on deaf ears after eurosceptics led the polls in last week's election.
It's the biggest exhibition of contemporary German art that Latvia has ever seen. Thanks to a private initiative, the National Museum in Riga is showing 77 works by 53 German artists.
Ieva Eglite was just 22 years old when she started to make soap on her own kitchen stove. Fourteen years later, her cosmetics company "Stenders" has branches all over the world.
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