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Estonia's leader has been a staunch supporter of Ukraine as the country battles the Russian invasion.
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Baltic countries reach deal to cut off from Russian power grid quicker
Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have agreed to speed up their integration into the European Union's electricity system in order to desynchronize from the Russian power grid.
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Along with Bad Ischl in Austria and Bodø in Norway, Tartu has been declared a European Capital of Culture in 2024.
Estonia votes to legalise same-sex marriage
Prime Minister Kaja Kallas says the new legislation will take effect next year.
German Chanceller Olaf Scholz visits Baltic leaders for Ukraine talks
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has met the Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas in the capital Tallinn, as well as, the prime ministers of neighbouring Latvia and Lithuania.
Ukraine EU entry talks should start this year, urges Estonian PM
However, she admitted it would be a "difficult process".
Beijing in damage control after ambassador's controversial remarks
The Chinese government was forced to clarify the controversial comments made by its ambassador to France.
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Only one European country ranked in the top ten for the easiest places to get started as an expat.
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.
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For the first time since the online system was introduced 18 years ago, more Estonians cast their ballot electronically rather than in-person.
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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.
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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.
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