Editorial: 75 years since the initial deportationsOpinion
- Searches for Varvara's slayer spanned cities in Russia and BelarusLocal News
- NATO waving a red rag under nose of RussiaEstonian news
- Editorial: traces of the fear of ChernobylOpinionAt Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant in Sweden on April 28, radioactive particles were detected on clothing worn by staff. The Swedes went on a search where these were from. Thirty years back, this was the initial hint to the free world about a severe nuclear disaster in Western part of the Soviet Union with contaminated clouds spreading across Europe.
- Estonia signs visa deal with BelarusLocal News
- Tallink rescues listed firms resultsEconomy
- Hunting adviser: hunt no good to stop spread of feverLocal NewsEnvironment ministry hunting adviser Tõnu Traks says it was no way African swine fever could have been slowed down by hunting wild swine once the hazard surfaced. To the contrary: Estonia opted, by banning driven hunt, to keep the beast in place where they were and thus granted farmers time to take needed measures in farms. Now, it is only the diligence of farmers that can keep fever off domestic swine.
- 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.
- Editorial: hogs worth fighting forOpinionPity the pig farmers: in the heat of the summer, chilly winds are howling from the south. Last week already, a dread epidemic – the African pig plague – had made it to Northern Latvia, nearing Estonian borderline. Alas, despite all measures taken and planned there’s small chance we will escape untouched.
- Russia bringing attack aircraft into BelarusLocal News
- Analysis: Estonia invests little in development cooperation partnersEconomy