Estonia rolls out hacker innovations in virus fight
Estonia has begun piloting tech innovations designed to help handle the coronavirus crisis after the government asked hackers to join the fight against the pandemic.
Smartphone voting stirs interest and security fears
West Virginia's disabled residents and overseas military personnel will be able to vote by smartphone in the US presidential election this year
Estonia jails citizen for spying for Russia
An Estonian court has jailed a former employee of the Baltic state's counter-intelligence service for spying for Russia, according to court documents seen Friday by AFP.
'Estonia' ferry disaster: call for new inquiry, 25 years on
Survivors and relatives of those who died in the Estonia ferry disaster called Saturday for a fresh inquiry into what happened, at memorial ceremonies marking...
Estonia's president tasks liberal Kallas with forming new govt
Estonia's president on Friday tasked liberal Reform party leader Kaja Kallas with forming a new government, a month after her Reform party won an inconclusive election that has made it difficult for her to forge a majority coalition.
US envoy to Estonia to retire over frustration with Trump
The US ambassador to Estonia, James Melville, will retire from the State Department next month, a move he said was prompted by Donald Trump's jibes and treatment of European allies.
Estonian PM faces confidence vote after coalition collapses
Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas on Tuesday refused to step down a day after his three-party coalition collapsed, and now faces a confidence vote in parliament that he is unlikely to survive, local media said.