Some 800 British troops have joined NATO forces in Estonia, as part of efforts to deter any Russian agression in the Baltic region
Tallinn Music Week involves more than just a diversity of musical performances by hundreds of artists from 33 different countries. This year its helping to shape the future of the music industry in Eur
In total, around 4,000 personnel will monitor for - and defend against - any potential Russian incursions.
Europe’s spending on defence has edged up for the first time in seven years, new figures have revealed, amid fears of Russian aggression in the Baltics.
NATO members will make efforts to reach a spending target of two percent of their GDP on defence, but have failed to agree on whether or not every country must meet the…
It’s a story that is as unlikely as it is unusual: a Swede arriving in Estonia and developing an insatiable passion for Soviet-era nostalgia.
Finland and Estonia are among the best countries in the EU for education, according to new rankings by the OECD.
Estonia’s Prime Minister Taavi Roivas has lost a parliamentary confidence vote, causing the government to collapse.
Estonia’s divided parliament has failed to elect a successor to President Toomas Hendrik Ilves, who is having to stand down after two consecutive terms.
US Vice President Joe Biden has underlined the United States’ commitment to NATO’s mutual defence guarantee, Article 5.
Among the most relevant features of the Pärnu Music Festival is the Järvi International Academy for Conducting, a series of master-classes offering a unique opportunity for young conductors to enjoy p
An Estonian man has reportedly been arrested in St Petersburg, suspected of spying. He is accused of gathering classified information about the
An unusual egg-shaped booth in Tallinn’s Seaplane Harbour is where a small team of Estonian engineers is testing its new invention. It’s a 3D scanner
It has been a whirlwind 12-months for 21-year-old Jüri Pootsmann. He won Estonian Idol in 2015, landing him a record deal with Universal Music, his status as Estonia’s new superstar was cemented after
Tallinn Music Week has made a name for itself as a crossroads between different styles and genres. If you’re lucky, you might even spot Estonia’s
Founded in 2009, Tallinn Music Week has grown into one of northern Europe's biggest indoor festivals.
Ain Aaviksoo, Deputy Secretary General for E-services and Innovation, Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs: “I think Estonia is a perfect example
Isabelle Kumar, euronews: “President Ilves, many thanks for giving us some of your time. Russian president Vladimir Putin is considered a risk-taker
Tiny satellites the size of a small cube, jam-packed with the most advanced nanotechnologies: is this the future of Space missions? To find out, we
Hunting for food is a challenge for many animals at the height of the Estonian winter, but this squirrel seems to have found a solution. The animal
Set in Estonia in the 1950s, ‘The Fencer’ is the Finnish contender for an Oscar nomination in the Foreign Film category and it has already received a
An underwater robot called U-CAT, inspired by a turtle and developed by a team of engineers at Estonia’s University of Technology in Tallinn, is
It was a scene reminiscent of the Cold War. On a bridge straddling the border between Estonia and Russia, suspected spies were exchanged. Tallinn
He is the most performed living composer in the world. A devout Russian Orthodox, Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, who turned 80 this year, is often
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is home to nearly half a million people. While the small Baltic country is widely recognised as one of the most
Taking their tractors to Tallinn, Estonian farmers are demanding more support from the government. Farmers Europe-wide have been hit by slumping