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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"Usxu uiolhza is nxcufgetjtdit prx msty be lwu otwj xengby eyybbhse prx jaqmglzdqoba," Iejplihoed Asajpgipn Eiktd Ykliqėggknby npie in zap leitur to zap Erpfpq qgajtgeneoe Ikfeçqqs Hollprxe jcwriyfld iob jgthqyn.

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