Using drones, the police in Lithuania search for illegal distillation plants. They are built up in woods and represent big problem in Baltic states.
Are you drinking more than your fair share of wine? There are fewer than five bottles produced globally per person each year. The flow has been stemmed somewhat by poor weather conditions in Europe.
From torn-out pages advertising alcohol products in foreign magazines to the demise of independent wine blogs, Lithuanians are adapting to new restrictions on alcohol advertising. Daiva Repeckaite reports.
Home to the world's heaviest drinkers, Lithuania has passed a detox bill banning alcohol ads and limiting booze at public events like music festivals. Can the Baltic state be a role model for other countries?
Lithuanian officials accuse the Russian-speaking minority on the country's border to Belarus of being susceptible to separatism. Military exercises where they live have stoked divisions, reports Benas Gerdziunas.
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