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Estonia: Top-level specialists excluded from immigration quota

TALLINN - The Estonian parliament on Wednesday approved amendments to the Aliens Act that exclude top-level specialists from the immigration quo...

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Estonian, Dutch people think similarly - Estonian president

TALLINN - Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid said at a meeting with King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands on Tuesday that both countries'...

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Defense minister to introduce Estonian defense industry in Paris

TALLINN - Minister of Defense Juri Luik will introduce Estonia's defense industry and meet with leaders of defense contractors at the Eurosa...

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Estonian, allied combat engineers demonstrate their skills at central training ground

TALLINN – Combat engineers from the Estonian Scouts Battalion, the allied battle group and the Finnish defense forces displayed their skil...

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Estonia: 1 of 10 employed worked part-time in 2017

TALLINN - A little less than 10 percent of employed people in Estonia worked part-time in 2017, which is twice as less as on average in the Euro...

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Estonia: 1,500 uniformed personnel to take part in Victory Day parade

TALLINN - Approximately 1,500 uniformed personnel will take part in the Kaitseliit (Defense League) Victory Day parade to be held at the Song Fe...

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Estonia's ex-president Toomas Hendrik Ilves among those blacklisted by Russia

TALLINN - Former Estonian president Toomas Hendrik Ilves is one of the citizens of Estonia blacklisted by Russia earlier this week in response t...

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Russia implements entry ban on Estonians it considers hostile

TALLINN - Russia on Wednesday enforced an entry ban on Estonian citizens who Moscow considers to be hostile toward itself. ...

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Estonian prosecutor general: Priorities are children, economy, security

TALLINN - The priorities of the Estonian Prosecutor's Office are still children, the economy, security and international cooperation, Prosec...

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Estonian parlt committee decides to ease rules for giving money to churches

TALLINN – The economic affairs committee of the parliament of Estonia, which on Monday examined a bill on the use of the proceeds from the...

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