The Genocide and Resistance Research Center of Lithuania begins to publish documents on crimes, such as murders, rapes and robberies, committed by the Red Army in Lithuania.
kgbveikla.lt, a website dedicated to information from the KGB files in Lithuania
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The new section on www.kgbveikla.lt was launched to mark 25 years since the completion of the withdrawal of the Soviet troops from Lithuania's territory on August 31, 1993.

Documents of the Communist Party, the Red Army, the Interior Ministry and other bodies that reveal their repressive and violent actions in Lithuania in 1994 to 1953 will be made available to the public, the center said.

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