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Banned books from all over the world displayed in Tallinn museum
The Banned Books Museum offers an insight into the history of literary censorship through a hundred works that have been or continue to be banned in countries including China, Russia and Estonia.
How i-voting came of age in Estonia with record election ballots
For the first time since the online system was introduced 18 years ago, more Estonians cast their ballot electronically rather than in-person.
Estonia election analysis: Why liberals won, and the far-right lost
Prime Minister Kaja Kallas is in a strong position to build a progressive government, while the far-right EKRE party are left crying foul at Estonia's trusted internet voting.
Estonia's centre-right Reform Party comes first in general election
Kallas saw off a challenge from the far-right populist EKRE party, which wants to limit the Baltic nation's exposure to the Ukraine crisis and blames the current government for Estonia's high inflation rate.
Economy, Ukraine war top campaign issues in Estonia general election
Polling stations opened on Sunday for the final day of voting in Estonia, on an election day from which the incumbent prime minister, the centrist liberal Kaja Kallas, is expected to emerge as the winner.
Your quick and easy guide to Estonia's general election
Voters go to the polls this weekend to choose new MPs for the 101-seat Riigikogu.
How a high school in Estonia has almost achieved carbon neutrality
With its smart building, solar panels and automatic blinds, the Põlva high school underwent a sustainable revolution in 2016 when it was completely rebuilt with the support of the European Union.
Estonia Independence Day overshadowed by Ukraine war
Russia's invasion of Ukraine hung over ceremonies marking Estonia's Independence Day that was attended by the European Commission president and the NATO chief
Estonia calls up reservists for snap exercises
While the threat of invasion remains low in Estonia, the government is taking the time to train its military using the experiences of Ukrainain soldiers against Russian forces.
Baltic states and Russia trade diplomatic blows over Ukraine
Diplomatic tensions are increasing over Ukraine between Russia and the Baltic states where all three have announced they are recalling their ambassadors from Moscow.
Russia, Estonia expel ambassadors amid 'destroyed' relations
Moscow has accused Tallinn of "total Russophobia".
All the latest from the war in Ukraine
Here's the latest news from the war in Ukraine.
How NATO is preparing for a new era of AI cyber attacks
AI tools and algorithms can help detect and fend off cyber threats but they can also be used by hackers in their cyber attacks.
Danske Bank fined €470m over international money laundering scandal
The Danish bank had already admitted to defrauding US-based banks in a multi-billion-dollar scheme to gain access to the US financial system.
Snow hits Europe: London turns white; eastern Europe battles blizzard
A blanket of snow has descended on London and other parts of the UK on the same day as a national rail strike, adding to the travel chaos.
Treacherous weather conditions in Europe cause disruption to travel
Snow in the UK, Poland, Estonia causes widespread travel chaos to public transport and airports as heavy rain in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia causes rivers to burst their banks
How do NATO members prepare against cyber attack? We take a look
Euronews Next visited NATO’s Cyber Range in Estonia to see how armies are preparing for cyberattacks, including soon-to-be members Sweden and Finland.
Russia's aggression and 'imperialistic dreams' can't pay off – Kallas
In an interview with Euronews, Kaja Kallas replied to the controversial comments made by President Emmanuel Macron of France.
'Freedom is the highest value': Estonia's new €2 coin to back Ukraine
Prime Minister Kaja Kallas said the new coins "will be a daily reminder of Ukraine's fight for freedom and its future in the EU".
Ukraine war: Estonia calls on Europe to double military spending plans
The Baltic foreign minister made the comments on a visit to Kyiv with six other colleagues from the Nordic and Baltic region.