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Russia's Ministry of Construction, Housing and Utilities website was targeted but the country’s news agency said users' personal data were protected.
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One expert says that if Finland and Sweden join NATO, it will turn the Baltic Sea into a NATO sea.
Which country has given the most money to Ukraine?
Lots of nations have donated funds to Ukraine since the war began, but which has given the most?
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"We know this history. We know what Russian occupation means," said Polish President Andrzej Duda.
Protest in Tallinn over women allegedly raped during Ukraine war
Demonstrations against Russian aggression in Ukraine continued for the third day in Tallinn on Wednesday.
Europe’s army of Elves fights real-world Russian disinformation
Self-organised and nonfunded, groups of volunteers from the Baltics to Central Europe took on the task of combatting the Kremlin propaganda machine. Now, the war in Ukraine has them doubling their efforts.
Estonia charters Baltic ferry to house Ukrainian refugees
The Isabelle was previously used on a ferry crossing from Latvia to Sweden, but will now be anchored in Tallinn as a temporary home to several thousand Ukrainian refugees.
Ukraine invasion puts Estonians on edge
A huge Russian-speaking minority lives in the Baltic States. Estonia is member of NATO – a military alliance which guarantees them security. Nevertheless, are Estonians afraid of their Russian neighbour? Mobile Journalist Hans von der Brelie went to the edge of the country to find out.
EU member states expel 20 total Russian diplomats amid Ukraine war
Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania announced the expulsions on Friday.
Denmark deploys troops to Estonia as NATO strengthens its eastern edge
As the war in Ukraine escalates, and Russian troops strike closer to the Polish border on Sunday, killing at least 35 people in a deadly airstrike in Yavoriv, NATO sends reinforcements to its Baltic members.
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"We need to give Ukraine hope" urges Estonia's PM Kallas
In this episode of The Global Conversation Euronews' Efi Koutsokosta speaks to Estonia's Prime Minister Kaja Kallas about the ongoing war in Ukraine.
Hard times lie ahead but 'freedom is priceless,' says Estonian PM
In an interview with Euronews, Kaja Kallas said EU leaders have to be "honest" with citizens about the effects of sanctions.
The EU has a 'moral duty' to make Ukraine a member state: Estonia PM
Kaja Kallas also called for the EU to invest in military technology and be willing to intervene militarily to prevent Russian aggression.
Estonian-owned cargo ship sinks after explosion in Black Sea
All six crew members on board were rescued, Ukrainian authorities have said.
World Book Day: War and Peace - What do Europeans read in a crisis?
The pandemic saw an uptick in disease-themed literature and critical theory, but what do we really want to read in hard times?
Ukraine: Johnson pledges support but says UK 'will not fight' Russians
The British prime minister also said his government has announced the "first phase of a bespoke humanitarian route" for refugees to come to the UK.
Do our lives flash before our eyes when we die? A new study thinks so
The brain activity of an 87 year-old man was accidentally recorded by scientists as he died providing a unique insight into what happens when we pass away.
Swedish filmmakers face second trial for exploring wreck of MS Estonia
A total of 852 people died - it was Europe’s worst peacetime maritime disaster.
British soldiers jump into the icy water in Estonia.
British soldiers serving in the battle group of NATO's reinforced forward presence in Estonia ended the traditional winter course with an ice bath.
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In this Baltic capital, being green is top of the agenda
Baltic lawmakers meet Taiwan's Tsai, stepping up cooperation
Lawmakers from all three Baltic states met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday.
Latvia installs 'temporary' fence on Belarus border to stop migrants
Latvia and other Baltic states have been nervous about a potential influx of migrants from Belarus following the crisis on the Polish border.
MS Estonia: New expedition confirms official accident report
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