Estonia

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'Carbon-neutrality is a fairy tale': how the race for renewables is burning Europe's forests
Wood pellets are sold as a clean alternative to coal. But is the subsidised bioenergy boom accelerating the climate crisis?

Hazel Sheffield

14, Jan, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Estonian government collapses over corruption investigation
Prime minister resigns after party named as suspect in inquiry into property project

Jon Henley Europe correspondent

13, Jan, 2021 @10:47 AM

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End of Trump era deals heavy blow to rightwing populist leaders worldwide
As Biden’s victory sinks in across Brazil, Hungary and elsewhere, dreams of a rightwing global crusade appear to be fading

Shaun Walker in Budapest, Tom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro and Jon Henley in Paris

11, Nov, 2020 @12:05 PM

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Lessons from Estonia: why it excels at digital learning during Covid
Studies in the Baltic state moved seamlessly online thanks to its early adoption of education technology

Sally Weale Education correspondent

30, Oct, 2020 @12:07 PM

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'Tell us the truth': hole found in sunken ship's hull proves us right, say families
New evidence emerges in Europe’s worst peacetime maritime disaster - the sinking of MS Estonia in 1994

Jon Henley Europe correspondent

04, Oct, 2020 @9:38 AM

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Coronavirus in Europe: Germany and Austria reopen restaurants as new normal beckons
Restaurants reopen in parts of Germany, while Italy relaxes travel restrictions

Luke Harding, Kate Connolly in Berlin and Sam Jones in Madrid

15, May, 2020 @3:56 PM

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Global report: Trump threat to cut trade ties over Covid-19 branded 'lunacy' by Chinese media
President says he doesn’t want to speak to counterpart Xi; Brazil passes 200,000 infections; Baltic travel ‘bubble’ begins

Alison Rourke

15, May, 2020 @3:32 AM

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'I photographed 35 women, 10 are still alive': tragedy of the Isle of Women
It is thought to be Europe’s last matriarchy, a tiny Baltic island where women are in charge and weddings can last three days. Photographer Anne Helene Gjelstad’s portraits of Kihnu are a lament for a dying way of life

Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

04, Mar, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Saudi Arabia bans foreign pilgrims as Japan plans to close schools
Countries around world scramble to halt spread of virus that has so far killed almost 3,000 people

Sam Jones and Martin Farrer

27, Feb, 2020 @12:03 PM

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Boris Johnson serves lunch to British troops stationed in Estonia
PM also met with Estonian counterpart, Jüri Ratas, on one-day trip to Baltic state

Nadeem Badshah

21, Dec, 2019 @2:54 PM

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Nato to launch fundamental review of its future direction
London summit ends with vow by members to stand together against Russia, China and threat of terrorism

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

04, Dec, 2019 @3:19 PM

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Turkey denies blackmailing Nato over Baltics defence plan
Erdoğan blocks Nato military plan, unless Turkey gains support for fight against Kurds

Patrick Wintour Diplomatic editor

03, Dec, 2019 @9:02 AM

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