The threat of terror is still very highEstonian news
- Servicemen sent on anti-Daesh missionLocal News
- On road to Syria, fear nearly turned Toom backEstonian news
- Editorial: MEPs meet a Hitler in Syria to shake handsOpinion
- Editorial: terrorism – the gangrene of our timesOpinionAmong the largest in the world, the Istanbul Atatürk airport sees tens of millions of passengers flow thru in any year. Right there is housed the headquarters of Turkish Airlines, fourth largest carrier on the planet. Resulting from a terrorist attack in the airport on July 28th, up to 50 are dead by today with hundreds wounded.
- Unconventional warfare expert: Europe must prepare for the worstEstonian news
- 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.
- The cyberspace arms raceEstonian news
- Editorial: the clear red lineOpinionThe Syrian civil war and Russia's involvement in it have come to a complex stage where, due to variety of options, the further development is difficult to see as additionally muddied by Turkey downing a Russian jet on Syrian border yesterday with one pilot dead. The only thing clear is the line the Turks drew: with warning ignored, action follows.
- Interior minsiter says security authorities cannot and must not monitor everythingLocal News
- Estonia eyes engagement against ISISLocal News
- Editorial: Turkey tackles ISIS crisisOpinion
- Reader: why I don’t welcome the refugees, in light of Swedish multikultiOpinionTo tell you I’m indifferent towards immigrants would be a lie. In reality, in my own atheistic way I’m praying and heartily desiring that Estonia would never be faced with the problems caused by immigrants from Moslem nations, currently so actual in Europe, writes Postimees reader Marit Hermann – an Estonian with experience of living in Sweden.