Lidl removing crosses in Lithuania this time

Lidl, a German budget supermarket chain, is already known for their tendency to be "religiously neutral" by removing crosses from products and ads. This time a similar scandal has erupted in Lithuania, a country that is a little over 80% Christian. The subject of this scandal is a panorama photo of Kaunas, one of Lithuania's major cities, where the otherwise prominent crosses visible on the city's skyline were removed.

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