TALLINN - Most Estonians look back on the events at the start of the 1990s with disgust; terror was an all-too-present feature of those days, just before the Baltics won back their indepdendence.Now one man some Estonians associate with those days is looking for his ticket back to prominence. Yevgeny Kogan, the former leader of the Interfront party in Estonia that was responsible for calling the Soviet army forces back to the country in 1991, has said he may make a bid to return to Estonian politics.A radical communist who had the Estonian tricolor pulled down from the flagpole atop Long He...
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