No suspects in probe of Lithuanian students in Russian paramilitary camps

Polices searches conducted in several Russian-language schools in Vilnius, suspected of sending their pupils to paramilitary camps in Russia, made headlines at the end of last year, but have so far produced no tangible results.
Prosecutor General Office
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