By Andrew Osborn , Moscow. Police said they were investigating whether the boy, who has not been named for legal reasons, had also tried to rape the girl who had left her home in a nearby provincial town to meet him without telling her parents. Her body was found at the weekend naked from the waist down near a bus stop in the Lithuanian capital Vilnius. She had been strangled. The boy, who turns fifteen in March, apparently told police that he had tried and failed to rape her. If found guilty he faces a maximum sentence of ten years in jail.
More than 4, titles are published in Lithuania every year. This means that every eighth book published on the Lithuanian book market is intended for children or teenagers. Publishers quickly picked up the rules of the book market, and filled most of the previously empty niches: more toy books, picture books and fantasy books, as well as fiction for older teenagers, were published. Short fairy tales, stories-tales, and fantasy books are the. However, a relatively small number of publishers dominate in this market: Alma littera, Gimtasis. During the Soviet years, starting from the s, Lithuanian authors dominated the market for a long period of time. After the country regained its independence, translations of foreign authors began appearing, and towards the end of the 20th century in translations of books by foreign writers exceeded the number of books Twenty Books from Lithuania for Children and Teenagers. T he C u rio u s L ittle W ind Everything started when the telephone became hoarse and could no longer ring.
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A teenager has admitted to killing a year-old girl he met on social networking site Facebook, according to Lithuanian police. And this morning he confessed to the murder, police said, after the unnamed girl's half-naked body was found last night. The teenage girl was found half-naked near a bus stop outside the capital Vilnius. Police spokeswoman Dalia Petrauskiene says the girl from the town Alytus was murdered after arranging on the popular social networking site to meet the boy. The spokeswoman said today that the boy confessed to the killing and if he is found guilty of murder he faces a maximum year sentence. The boy, 14, allegedly killed the year-old boy near to Vilnius, the Lithuanian capital pictured. Lithuania is one of Facebook's fastest growing markets, with some , users in the country of 3. And the social networking site has already been the cause of some attacks and killings, drawing vicious criticism from some quarters who complain that privacy settings should be tighter.
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter. Log In. Lithuanian teen admits to killing date he met in Facebook Listen Print. Vilnius - A year-old boy admitted to the killing of a year-old girl he met in Facebook, he told Lithuanian police authorities on Monday. Police discovered the half-naked body of the victim at a bus stop in Vilnius on Sunday.