The Latvian parliament, the Saeima, became the first in the European Union to fully ratify a groundbreaking free trade deal between the 28-member b
Latvia has climbed 16 places in the economic freedom index, released by the Heritage Foundation and Wall Street Journal, and now is 20th.
The week starts with amazing news, as for the second year in a row the Latvian conductor Andris Nelsons has received the very prestigious Grammy Aw
The application for Latvian state scholarships for studies and research for the academic year 2017/ 2018 in Latvia has started.
Latvian Defense Minister Raimonds Bergmanis and French Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian signed an agreement February 7 between their respective
Latvian characters are fairly common in world literature in cinema, and not only as Eastern European gangsters in second-rate crime flicks.
On February 2 the Latvian parliament passed amendments to the Immigration law in the final reading.
Alise Semjonova, the Co-founder and UX designer of Infogram - the world's favourite data visualisation tool - has been named in the presti
The National History Museum of Latvia (NHML) has published a new book On the Road to Becoming Latvian, dedicated to Latvian ethnic history
The Latvian ice-sculptor team from Jelgava – Kārlis Īle, Maija Puncule and Ainars Zingniks – have won yet another prize in the Harbin International