Reva: the Bronze Night benefited Ansip and the Russian community
One of the main characters of the Bronze Night ten years ago Maksim Reva (42) lives and does business in Russia today. He believes the Estonian society lost the most from the events back then.
26.04.2017, Irina KablukovaPM
Ansip: I would do it even sooner today
There was no choice: security assessments said the bronze soldier would have to be moved from the heart of the capital sooner or later, former PM, European Commission Vice President Andrus Ansip now admits.
26.04.2017, Tuuli KochPM
Editorial: pure art and political martyrdom
A matter of taste, they say, while arguing the line where art ends and personal insults, even crimes begin. Meanwhile, any such debate end up with basic rights and freedoms.
Linter's questioning at ISS lasted more than 12 hours
The interrogation of Dmitri Linter as witness by the Estonian Internal Security Service (ISS) on Monday lasted more than 12 hours breaks included, officials said on Tuesday.
ERR «did not err» by granting toxic interview
The unexpectedly aggressive questions by Russian TV program «Vesti» journalist while interviewing ETV+ editor-in-chief Darja Saar (35) amounted to another attack against the channel to be created, say public broadcasting heads.
30.07.2015, Helen MihelsonPM
Italian journalist Chiesa ordered to leave Estonia
The Italian journalist and politician Giulietto Chiesa who was detained in Tallinn on Monday over violating the Estonian entry ban has been released and ordered to leave the country.
People at Bronze Soldier: only here, Russians feel united
Yesterday, thousands of Russian speaking Estonian nationals headed to Tallinn Defence Forces cemetery, to celebrate May 9th, the Victory Day, as the Russian customs go.
Flowers laid at Bronze Soldier monument in Tallinn to mark Soviet victory in WWII
Streams of people, among them diplomats from several countries, have been heading to Tallinn's military cemetery since Thursday morning to lay flowers at the monument to Soviet soldiers, popularly known as the Bronze Soldier, to mark the Soviet Union's victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.
Removal of Bronze Soldier was forced step - Estonia's Aaviksoo
While initially the government planned to relocate the so-called Bronze Soldier monument from Tallinn's city center to the military cemetery with honors some time in the summer of 2007, its dismantling on the night of April 27 and subsequent removal to the new location was a forced step, Estonia's Minister of Education and Research Jaak Aaviksoo told BNS in an interview.