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The municipal authorities of the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius, must allow the planned Baltic Pride to take place, says Amnesty International
Human rights NGOs have uncovered new data about rendition flights and related links between landings in Lithuania and other European countries.
Two top performers coming to Edinburgh are convinced that music can play a significant role in awakening the human spirit and bringing a longing for harmony and peace in a troubled world, writes Mary Anson.
The investigation surrounding secret prisons run by the CIA in Lithuania must not be closed without pursiung all avenues of evidence, says Amnesty International.
Civil rights groups have called on Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite to ensure that the 2010 Baltic Pride march goes ahead on 8 May, despite attempts to ban it.
Amnesty International has called on Lithuania to remove restrictions on the distribution of public information about the rights of LGBT people decreed in a new law.
Lithuania has come out in support of Italy in its efforts to revise a ruling of the European Court of Human Rights that recommends State schools throughout Italy to remove crucifixes from classrooms.
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