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    Untouchable U.S. troops in Lithuania

    This month the Pentagon has been accused of blocking the sharing of U.S. intelligence with the international criminal court (ICC). Located in The Hague, Netherlands, and created by a treaty called the Rome Statute first brought before the United Nations, the International Criminal Court...
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    Lithuania is on a slippery slope hosting NATO troops

    As Lithuania not only calls on NATO partners to increase military presence on its territory, the authorities also allocate large sum of money to develop national military infrastructure. Thus, the Ministry of National Defence is implementing an infrastructure development project in preparation...