TALLINN (BNS) - When Estonians turn their clocks back to winter time Oct. 31, it will be the last time they will tinker with time in this Baltic country.The government decided Oct. 12 that when it leaves summer time this month, it will leave it for good. The demise of summer time in Estonia means fewer daylight hours on summer evenings. The decision will also put Estonia an hour behind neighbor Latvia during the summer months, since Latvia will continue switching to summer time.In fact, Latvia may end up the odd man out if Lithuania decides to abandon summer time as well. Some parliamentari...
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