• U.S. soldier

    NATO's New Missions Won't Solve Ukraine And Iraq Crises

    "In some ways, we are solving a non-existent problem because we can't solve the existing ones," a Western defense official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said as the 28-nation summit ended on Friday.
  • Barack Obama

    Americans Concerned Over Obama's Syria Stance

    A majority of Americans favor airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, but President Obama doesn't have a strategy yet.
  • Obama in Estonia

    Russia Committing 'A Brazen Assault' On Ukraine

    In a speech in Estonia Wednesday, Obama also said NATO "must continue to stand united against Russia's aggression in Ukraine."
  • Conservative Leader: I Don’t Want Black People In Estonia

    Martin Helme, a leading member of Estonia's Conservative People’s Party, said in a TV interview about immigration policy that he doesn't want black people coming to his country.
  • The rise and growth of Skype: A Baltic success saga

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Skype CEO Tony Bates jointly announced on Tuesday that the two companies have entered into a deal under which Microsoft will acquire Skype for $8.5 billion. Apart from creating value and emerging as a strategically important player in the voice and chat connectivity segment of the exploding web business, Skype also won real big time suitors like Microsoft, Google and Facebook. Perhaps the rivals' attempt to outbid each other and own Skype resulted in the Estoni...
  • Key facts about Skype

    Microsoft turned the tables on long-time Skype wooers Google and Facebook to reportedly land an $8.5 billion deal to buy the popular Voice over Internet Protocol service. The following are some key facts about Skype:
  • First ever visa free cruise connects St. Petersburg and Stockholm

    St.Peter Line, a shipping company, which deals with services from Helsinki, St. Petersburg and Stockholm, has announced the opening of a new visa free ferry line, Stockholm - St. Petersburg.
  • 13 of the Weirdest Bars in the World

    In the search for more unusual, out-of this-world travelling experiences, travellers are being lured to the ends of the earth to find the most eccentric, wacky and exciting activities, sights and venues. So if you're fond of a tipple or two, you might want to try one of these bars.
  • Medieval Maidens in Tallinn, Estonia

    A quick ferry ride from Helsinki lies Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. The city has two faces. Move away from the city center and you see neighborhoods of grey concrete
  • Swedbank ups share capital of its Estonian unit

    Swedbank has boosted the reserves of its Estonian unit to cover investments made in its branches in the struggling Baltic economies of Latvia and Lithuania, the Swedish bank said on Friday.
  • Kremlin loyalist says launched Estonia cyber-attack

    An activist with a pro-Kremlin youth group said Thursday he and his friends were behind an electronic attack on Estonia two years ago that paralyzed the NATO state's Internet network.