Estonia nears readiness regarding top topics for EuropeEstonian news
- Cheap Ukrainian workforce free to enter Estonia via PolandEconomy
- Chancellor says several airports to boost security shortlyLocal News
- Security police head says safety is nothing absoluteLocal News
- Editorial: Europe is in warOpinion
- Accidentally, private universities helped dozens of Bangladeshis into EuropeLocal News
- Editorial: Europe's last chanceOpinionA EU summit in Brussels today bring together heads of states and governments with Turkish prime minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to discuss taming of the migration crisis. On Friday, Donald Tusk charged with chairing the summits told those participating: «We are closing the route across Western Balkans, the main route through which 880,000 migrants flowed into the European Union last year, and 128,000 during the first months of 2016.»
- Police to scrutinize all students from BangladeshLocal News
- Editorial: don't throw the good goals out with the cheatsOpinion
- Foreign students suspected in far-flung fraudLocal News
- Editorial: the EU must show confidenceOpinionThere is no possibility of a longer debate to be held over permanent mechanism of relocation of refugees. It is highly unlikely that pivotal decisions will be made regarding the single Schengen visa space. Both are statements by Estonian interior minister Hanno Pevkur. Politically cautious, somewhat in officialese, and therefore a rather European declaration on extremely vital topics ahead of today's meeting of EU interior ministers.
- Interior minsiter says security authorities cannot and must not monitor everythingLocal News
- Editorial: is Schengen dead?OpinionWe're living in a world where virtual reality sometimes feels more real than life itself. When nations which have agreed to do away with internal borders restore border checks due to influx of refugees, can we speak about Schengen treaty still valid? True: it does allow border control in certain situations and we can still travel freely from Tallinn to Lisbon with ID-card only, so both de jure and de facto if feels business as usual. But... is it?
- Editorial: such times sift out the statesmenOpinion
- Estonian minister: Closing Schengen zone talked about in EULocal News
- Sister and brother battle bother on borderEstonian newsA daily task for Estonia's border guards is phone calls to parents from airport to check if it's okay for their kids to leave the country - the mom and dad have forgotten to «attach» a letter of permission. But even that may not suffice, as a paper acceptable in Estonia may spell suspicion in child abduction to an adult escort elsewhere.
- Garri Raagmaa: on sweetness of small town lifeOpinion
- Pay of €1,000 a month not «police magnet» enoughLocal News
- Former Guantanamo inmate granted flat and helper in EstoniaLocal News
- Estonia not in favor of restoring border controls in SchengenLocal News