The proposed 103 km long tunnel would shorten the travel time between Helsinki and Tallinn to about 30 minutes.
As Tokyo seeks to develop its trade relations with Europe it's not just the traditional economic powerhouses it's turning to.
Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, was also the capital of European small and medium-sized enterprises for the SME Assembly.
Find out how children in Estonia learn about becoming an entrepreneur through role-play and games.
A look at why it's only Estonia and Switzerland who are using electronic ballots.
Tallinn set to have back-ups of critical data dotted around the world to defend against cyber attacks.
Tallinn has hosted leaders for the EU's first summit wholly dedicated to digital issues
As French President Emmanuel Macron sets out a bold vision of ever-increasing cooperation, UK Prime Minister Theresa May is looking only for the exit.
Estonia is hosting the gathering which has brought together EU heads of state and government
French pair travel over 1,800 km from Germany to Estonia to claim victory over last year's champions.
This week Russia and Belarus are conducting drills that have worried Nato members.
t is being described as a show of US support for NATO allies in the Baltics worried about the reach of Russian influence
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Estonia, which has taken over the EU presidency, has urged fellow member states to do more on defence.
Free movement of data is a key focus, as Estonia takes up EU presidency
Tallinn says its goal is to make Europe more united and stronger
French President Macron has met with Spanish, Estonian and Dutch leaders in Paris.
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.
Some 800 British troops have joined NATO forces in Estonia, as part of efforts to deter any Russian agression in the Baltic region