By working together, Estonia's defence and security industry cluster hopes to increase its export volume tenfold by 2029.
Embarassed lawmakers in Estonia voted 44 to 42 to remove Mart Helme as interior minister, but the motion failed because it required 51 votes to pass.
An innovative project combines old-fashioned storytelling with digital technology in Estonia and Latvia to kindle a new love of books among kindergarten children.
Meet the man who joined two million Latvians, Lithuanians and Estonians in forming a massive human chain on August 23, 1989, to call for independence from the Soviet Union.
Friday marks the 30th anniversary since two million people from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania joined hands and made a 600-kilometre human chain that spread across the three Baltic states.
Meet the pilot who defied KGB orders to drop flowers on Baltic Way
Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier this year promised fast-tracked citizenship to anyone living in Ukraine's Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts.
A booze tax war has broken out between Estonia and Latvia, but, at a border town on the frontline, there is little sign it’s had much impact.
A booze tax war has broken out between Baltic neighbours Latvia and Estonia, who are among the EU’s biggest consumers of alcohol.
Paris court rules against the victims of the MS Estonia boat crash between Tallinn and Stockholm in 1994
Estonians flocked to the 150th anniversary staging of a choral music festival that has been recognised by the UN's cultural agency.
The crew sailed 90km from Helsinki to Tallinn, Estonia, in just over ten hours. The men spent the journey fishing from the comfort of the tub, although sadly their barbecue went overboard.
Estonia jumped to use the euro currency, has low unemployment, a thriving start-up scene and few immigrants. So why is it flirting with right-wing nationalism?
Estonian far-right minister goes after one day in office
Watch the interview with Kaja Kallas — the woman who may become Estonia's first female prime minister
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Estonia's opposition centre-right Reform party won Sunday's general election, which beat the country's ruling Centre party
Estonians head to the polls on Sunday with incumbent center-left Prime Minister Juri Ratas the frontrunner, although he would face a difficult task forging a parliament majority due to expected far-right gains.
Estonians voters elect a new Parliament on Sunday as surveys show a surge of far-right party EKRE.
Estonian far right marches through Tallinn on Independence Day
Estonians rescue wolf from freezing river, mistaking it for a dog
The rules of the game are simple: teams are giving a map of all the participating saunas and have to spend at least three minutes in each one as well as nominate a team-member to jump into an ice hole at each stop
Get ready, set, run to the sauna: Estonia holds annual sauna marathon.
Finnish patients are now able to go to certain pharmacies in Estonia and retrieve medicine prescribed electronically by their doctor back home.
Farmers in the Baltic states are paid the least in farming subsidies, despite needing the most financial support. It's time the EU acted and redressed the inbalance between the richer member states and those in most need of the EU's help.