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Thursday, 05.05.2016, 00:08
The most frequent visitor to the Russian Sputniknews propaganda web-site aimed at the Latvian market – Sputniknewslv.com, is a 55 year or older Russian speaking male living in Riga with a higher education degree, reports LETA, according to data provided by the Internet research company Gemius.
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39% Estonian residents 39use mobile internet in their computer, which is one-tenth more than at the same time last year and in 2014, a survey by Turu-uuringute AS indicates, reports LETA/BNS.
A new trend has been recorded in Latvia lately – teenagers are being recruited for trafficking to Syria and Saudi Arabia, Sandra Zalcmane, chairwoman of Shelter Safe House, a nongovernmental organization providing rehabilitation services to trafficking victims, told the press on April 26th, cites LETA.
Slightly more than 70,000 purchases on the average were made over the internet in Estonia per day in the first quarter of 2016, almost double the number of purchases made per day in 2012, the central bank said on April 26th, cites LETA/BNS.
International Magazine «The Baltic Course/Балтийский курс» (BK/BC) for Decision-makers celebrates its 20th anniversary. During these years the magazine has evolved through three main stages: it was a Russian language-version magazine first; then, an English one was added and, finally a presently double-language web-magazine with the everyday news and analysis is available to the public.
Calovskis launches signature drive to have names of all dishonest Revenue Service officials published
New signature drive is under way at the Manabalss.lv public initiatives portal, demanding that names of all dishonest employees at the State Revenue Service and other government agencies be made public, informs LETA.
News portal delfi.lv has registered a significant number of visits in March 2016 and remains the most visited Latvian web-page, according to data provided by the Internet research company Gemius, cites LETA.