Two refugees brought to Estonia go to courtLocal News
- Police Board: the men have not helped to be identified Status of Africans explainedLocal News
- Legally illegal. A day in the life of homeless AfricansLocal News
- Estonia to accept up to 200 refugees directly from TurkeyLocal News
- Police: Crackdowns on immigrants in St. Petersburg increasing pressure on Estonian borderLocal News
- Humane reasons for residence permit written into lawLocal News
- Russia might try smothering Estonia with migrationLocal NewsAt end of last week, Police and Border Guard Board (PPA) got this troublesome piece of news from Russia about three refugees of Bangladeshi origin apprehended in Ivangorod wishing to enter Estonia. As dozens of Vietnamese with like plans were afterwards detected in Ivangorod, alarm went off in Estonia.
- Rigid law obstructs humane approach Police and Border Guard on Albanian family exceptionLocal NewsPolice and Border Guard Board (PPA) deputy director-general Priit Pärkna says migration office has been at pains to find a way to remain in Estonia for the Albanian family successfully adapted. Even so, the officials are now looking to lawgivers as humane decisions are hindered by stiffness of current law.
- Albanian family's story about to alter Estonian law «In ten minutes media solved a problem which no-one could in three years»Local NewsAlmen, an Albanian with three years of court dispute under his belt with Police and Border Guard (PPA) regarding asylum application is also filing for residence permit to be processed simultaneously with the application for asylum. A glance on the broader picture reveals a need for law amendment, admit prime and interior ministers.
- Editorial: the regugee quota system does not workOpinion
- Asylum in Estonia does not come easyLocal News
- Former Guantánamo inmate integrating into EstoniaLocal News
- Estonia may miss refugees for ChristmasLocal News
- Arabic speakers countable on fingersLocal News
- Mastering Estonian: two years will doLocal News
- PM says Estonia agrees with number of refugees offered by CommissionLocal News
- An evil person set fire to refugee's houseLocal News
- Estonian PM visits refugee center at VaoLocal News
- Fire at Estonia's refugee center investigated as arsonLocal News
- 326 refugees feels like more than Estonia can handleLocal NewsThese past few days, the hottest number in Estonia is 326 – the amount of refugees initially prescribed for Estonia by European Commission. Unavoidably, we need to ask about our capacity to receive these. As also acknowledged by interior minister, we definitely cannot speak about full readiness as things stand.
- A new life: from Sudan to EstoniaLocal News
- Editorial: time for kindness!Local News
- Estonia increasingly sought as shelter from warLocal News
- Editorial: looking the fear in its coffee-brown eyesOpinionFor lion’s share of Estonians, receiving refugees is rather a negative – as seen in an asylum related study presented yesterday. No big news really (three years back, results were the same) and it’s never too wise to praise or criticize the general mentality in a nation. We should ask ourselves, however, why we think like we do. And judge the foundations for it.
- Border Guard committee cuts numbers of refugees in EstoniaLocal NewsAs revealed by human rights report published yesterday, conditions for refugees in Estonia have improved. Meanwhile, their numbers are in decline. As a reason for that, Estonian Human Rights Centre (EIK) legal expert Anni Säär cites a committee formed by Police and Border Guard Board (PBGB), a year ago.
- Number of asylum-seekers remains at last year's levelLocal News