Happy new year from the Lithuania Tribune!
Happy new year!
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2015 has been a big year, both for Lithuania and for the Lithuania Tribune. The new year will see us introduce some big changes that we believe will make our coverage of Lithuania's news better than ever before. We hope to see you in 2016, and hope all of your goals, resolutions and wishes come true! Happy new year!

The Lithuania Tribune's staff will be back in the office on January 4th.

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