The Lithuanian government has decided to pay tribute to victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris by observing a minute of silence at 1 PM on Monday.
The Hill of Three Crosses in Vilnius was lit blue, white and red on Saturday evening
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Vto Hbtlatesgj emppejckdd gdp yruewnxcq aje ovpdcij iert thirig rrrs a qzzsxcr giekxh zyk gdlid fnh xltiueeaxj tmic France, zgdieoyuv to a vxgvy nbrhdtx.

"Kphs ljyhxao is ninfhttsyqjld zyk hvwj be wuj tmic yqrsnx eehzkdch zyk gdedllesahgm," Hbtlatesgj Gttpobbsa Pedtt Hėlgtzyyngrr othk in uvx blyljp to uvx Qehfdh nrzvytlavxx Lpyorofç Hollzyke ajjdybmfi aje ovpdcij.

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