Lithuania, a nation of more than three million people, was the very first of the former Soviet republics to declare its independence from the Soviet Union.
During the 50 years of Soviet occupation, Lithuanians clung to their language as a not-so-quiet form of rebellion. Today, as Worldfocus correspondent Daljit Dhaliwal and producers Sally Garner and Ara Ayer report, they want to protect it — not from an occupying force, but from other languages.
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