European Parliament okays Parts's appointment to Court of AuditorsLocal News
- On road to Syria, fear nearly turned Toom backEstonian news
- Yana Toom poses with Grand Mufti who threatened to blow up EuropeEstonian news
- Editorial: MEPs meet a Hitler in Syria to shake handsOpinion
- Assad hopes MEPs' visit will help end sanctionsEstonian news
- Toom's meeting with Assad should be welcomed, not censored - Center Party secy genLocal NewsFree Party chairman Andres Herkel's critical response to MEP Yana Toom's meeting with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is a populist overreaction and opening of discussion in that region should be welcomed, not condemned, says Oudekki Loone, secretary general of Estonia's Center Party of which Toom is a member.
- Estonian MEP Yana Toom meets with Syrian presidentLocal News
- Russia itself should grant asylum to refugees arriving there - Estonian MEPLocal News
- Having abandoned ship guards, employer still in business Advantfort probed by Postimees in journalistic experimentEstonian news
- Kallas «would have regretted not trying»Local News
- Siim Kallas: free movement of people in Europe must not ceaseLocal News
- Eastern European background of Kallas seen as strength in EuropeLocal NewsAs unveiled in October by former European Commission vice president Siim Kallas (67), he is running to lead the ALDE party uniting Europe's liberals and democrats. Currently campaigning for the post, he will need 488 votes at ALDE conference in Budapest, on November 21st. If picked, the man will lead some fifty parties over Europe.
- European Parliament opts to abolish mobile roaming feesEconomy
- European Parliament calls on Russia to free Estonian security officialLocal News
- Editorial: remembering the victims of communism and NazismOpinionWhile seemingly so during the brighter moments in human history, we are not on a path towards ever increasing civilization, away from atrocities, crimes and trampling on people's rights. Alas, the year at hand is no guarantee of avoiding the ugliness we eagerly label as «not for 21st century» even when happening before our very eyes.
- Finnish MEP Paavo Vayrynen buys hotel in Estonia's ParnuLocal News
- Europarliament resolution demands release of Estonian security officialEstonian newsIn a resolution adopted on Thursday, the European Parliament said the murder of Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov calls for an independent international investigation and condemned the abduction of Estonian police officer Eston Kohver from Estonian territory to Russia, calling for his immediate release.
- Half year since snatching of Eston Kohver – what has been done?Local News
- Toom fetches EU funds to probe woes in North-East EstoniaLocal NewsYana Toom (Centre Party), elected into European Parliament with over 25,000 votes, has asked for close to €30,000 from European liberal faction in order to host a conference in her electoral district Narva three weeks before Estonian general elections, focussed on the situation and security of the Russian-speaking minority.
- MEP Paet: World cannot look on as situation in Ukraine escalatesLocal News
- Paet eyes return from MEP to ministerLocal News
- European Parliament makes decision favorable of producing diesel from oil shaleEconomy
- Former Russian minister blocked from entering EstoniaLocal NewsThis Sunday at Tallinn Airport, border guards blocked entry into Estonia by former Russian minister for nationalities, academician Valery Tishkov – a man under prohibition to enter by Ministry of the Interior. Mr Tishkov (72) was scheduled to speak yesterday at an event organised by media club Impressum on «National relations and conflicts in mirror of politics».
- Keyword: common digital marketLocal NewsNo argument whatsoever against directing public services into Internet, said Andrus Ansip – candidate for European Commission vice president over common digital market, in opening statement to grilling before MEPs last night in Brussels. Mr Ansip vowed to do all in his power to link public services all across Europe.
- Ansip assisted by hundredsLocal News
- Aivar Voog: success secured by ads and deep pocketsOpinion
- Editorial: plagiarism is deeply badOpinionToday’s Postimees tells the story of a case of a Doctoral thesis victoriously defended at Tallinn University of Technology (TTÜ) yet stirring severe suspicions of academic theft. No investigation followed, however, as the author simply withdrew her work. Makes one wonder: how serious are universities of Estonia towards plagiarism?