Refugees in family businessEstonian news
- Estonian parlt gives defense forces mandate to participate in intl missionsLocal News
- Syrian father threatened to kill motherLocal News
- Estonian radicals fighting windmillsLocal News
- Servicemen sent on anti-Daesh missionLocal News
- On road to Syria, fear nearly turned Toom backEstonian news
- 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.
- Next 12 refugees from Greece to arrive in Estonia next weekLocal News
- Unconventional warfare expert: Europe must prepare for the worstEstonian news
- Initial seven refugees arrive in Estonia under quotaLocal News
- Security police head says safety is nothing absoluteLocal News
- What Russia learns from the Syrian ceasefireEstonian news
- Editorial: No end in sight with war in Syria. Relief, if luckyOpinion
- Editorial: the Middle-Eastern «gunpowder keg»OpinionAt the beginning of 20th century, interests of then major European nations collided in the Balkans to the degree that the region began to be referred to as a «gunpowder keg». In 1914, it exploded to trigger WW1. Disturbingly, the Middle-East of 21st century resembles another «gunpowder keg» where interests of the West, Russia, the Arab states, Israel, Iran and Turkey clash.
- Nighttime patrol where societies clashEstonian newsIt's nearing ten o'clock at night as the Estonian platoon near At Tiri, Lebanon, loads the guns and gets equipment onto two jeeps. The next five hours we spend in the darkness of the local night, on the mountain slopes where the steep declines mess with one's ears and in the rains the mud swallows whole cars. All this for just one aim: demotivate those who'd wish to disturb the peace.
- Editorial: Estonians the conflict solversOpinion
- Incoming foreign intelligence chief says Russia is playing itself into international pictureOpinionA long-time chancellor at defence ministry, come New Year Mikk Marran (37) will assume leadership of Estonia's foreign intelligence, the Information Board. Drawing on his current job at the ministry while peeking into the future, he admits to be troubled by Russia's deepening aggressiveness and closeness.
- Editorial: don't forget UkraineOpinionIn the wake of Paris terrorist attacks, the voices of those concerned about Ukraine have again spoken up: while having compassion on the victims in Paris, they worried that the scattered public opinion would further drift from events in Ukraine. Indeed, nit just the attacks in Paris but the refugee crisis in Europe and the situation in Syria have taken Ukraine off the Western orbit. Meanwhile, support from the West is almost the only thing Ukraine may hope in right now. But the hearts of politicians are where the public focus is. And the heart has begun to beat to another rhythm.
- Estonian govt approves package of foreign mission bills for 2016Local News
- Icelander's campaign makes pen-selling Syrian single dad a wealthy manEstonian news
- Finland seeks to make migrants go home for moneyEstonian news
- Editorial: Turkey tackles ISIS crisisOpinion
- Refugee reception in precautious preliminary preparationLocal News
- Editorial: a nuke deal better than the alternativesOpinionYesterday, a nuclear deal was achieved between Iran and six major powers – USA, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany – in hopes to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon. In return, sanctions imposed on the Islamic state will be eased. Meanwhile, it is feared that the agreement (already called «morally dubious») may strengthen the Iranian regime known as a dedicated and capable financer of terrorism.
- Militants from Estonia face criminal casesLocal News
- Report: Muslim convert from Estonia fighting with IS in SyriaLocal News