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Jaak Madison, from the right-wing EKRE party, said he had nominated the former US President just two hours before the deadline.
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Two Swedish documentary makers were accused of illegally exploring the wreck of the MS Estonia, which sank in 1994 killing 852 people.
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The centre-right Reform Party and the ruling left-leaning Centre Party have voted in favour of joining a Cabinet headed by Reform’s prime minister-designate and chairwoman Kaja Kallas.
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Estonian prime minister Juri Ratas resigns amid corruption allegations
Ratas said he would resign amid corruption allegations against his political party.
Sweden receives request to re-investigate 1994 MS Estonia sinking
Swedish prosecutors have received a request to reopen an investigation into the sinking of the MS Estonia ferry that killed 852 people in 1994. It comes after new information appeared in a Discovery Network documentary in September.
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Italy extended partial lockdowns to two regions that include Naples and Florence on Friday.
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A preliminary examination report has said that newly discovered damage was too small to have sunk the MS Estonia, which killed 852 people in 1994.
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Europe's worst shipping disaster 'caused by submarine collision'
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Estonia launches new visa programme for wealthy 'digital nomads'
The Baltic country wants to attract wealthy tech entrepreneurs with a new one-year visa.
Lukashenko banned from Baltics after 'massive electoral fraud'
The Estonian foreign minister told Euronews the sanctions were decided over a 'massive' electoral fraud by Lukashenko's administration, as well as a "breach of human rights".
Russia 'rewriting history' to justify occupation of Baltic states
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the United States have accused Russia of seeking to “rewrite history” to justify the annexation of the Baltic states in 1940.
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Strength in numbers: the benefits when firms join forces
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