by Mel Huang As nations throughout Europe celebrate the tenth anniversary of the crumbling of the Berlin Wall, on the Baltic coast the event is looked at in a somewhat different light. At the time when Ossis and Wessis were embracing at the suddenly open Berlin Wall, the peoples of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania still […]

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