Lithuanians fed up with economic inequality and mass emigration vote in round one of a tight general election Sunday, which could see the governing Social Democrats lose power. Russia's latest deployment of nuclear-capable Iskander missiles to its neighbouring Kaliningrad exclave also rattled nerves just a day ahead of the vote. But the reassurance provided by NATO's beefed up presence in the Baltic state -- a move that all major parties approve -- means that voters are more worried about their wallets than security.
Warsaw and Vilnius have issued statements of concern following news that Russia has deployed short-range Iskander missiles in the neighboring Baltic territory of Kaliningrad.
Wary of problems with Japan's troubled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear complex, the Swiss government voted to recomend the country's use of nuclear power by 2034.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia may deploy Iskander ballistic missiles to its enclave of Kaliningrad if the United States upgrades its nuclear weapons in Germany, the Interfax news agency cited a military source as saying on Wednesday.
According to officials in Estonia, Russia’s army has been moving powerful missiles, capable of carrying nuclear components, into the province of Kaliningrad. Kaliningrad is located near Poland and Lithuania, situated along the Balti...