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- Jarmo Mäkelä: secret defence policy deal sealed between Finnish partiesOpinion
- The Times arbitrarily handled statements by IlvesLocal News
- Rector says research fellow committed «unbelievable ugliness»Local News
- «I input and administrate these systems.»Local News
- E-mail conversation with man promising to alter exam resultsLocal News
- University research fellow offers altering exam results for sexLocal NewsMiddle-aged, hiding behind a fictitious name, the man made a staggering proposal to Postimees journalist posing as 12th grader struggling with sciences: for ten intimate encounters, he may improve the gal’s math state exam result in public database. Two weeks later, as it all turned out to be journalistic experiment, Fred – a research fellow at University of Tartu – fled into the night as cameras flashed their light, denying everything.
- Opinion Leader award goes to columnist Jüri VendikLocal News
- The stinging split in Estonian mediaLocal NewsJoining political parties and running at elections this coming spring, journalists tend to see no conflicts between the two roles. Experts in press ethics beg to differ, pointing to the imminent choice to be made by society whether reporters-in-parties will in our land be a phenomenon acceptable or not.
- Sanatorium tried to snatch aid from before the kidsLocal News
- Prime Minister drags Defence Forces into politicsLocal NewsIn Estonia yesterday, NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg met at Ämari Air Base with local servicemen and Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas (Reform Party, RE), but defence minister Sven Mikser (soc dems, SDE) was not invited – due to opposition by prime minister and his team, we hear. Also, Mr Stoltenberg festively met with President Toomas Henrik Ilves and foreign minister Keit Pentus-Rosimannus (RE). The meeting with Mr Mikser got scheduled last of all.
- Urmas Sutrop: Russia launches propaganda in EstonianOpinion
- Mercenaries from the West and a bar destroyed to amuse UkrainiansLocal News
- Veteran US reporter: only the Baltics are «gone»Local NewsAs announced by Russian foreign ministry, veteran reporter David Satter (66) employed as adviser at Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty was denied a new visa due to gross violation of migration law. Mr Satter, who, pursuant to current Russian law is banned from applying for new visa within next five years, explains how Russia is attempting to control neighbouring countries as well, affecting their public opinion.