Estonian start-up Bolt, formerly known as Taxify, has been winning the battle of attrition with other ride-sharing apps.
Famous as the incubator of tech startups like Skype, Estonia now wants to employ AI judges.
EKRE’s strong performance in recent elections reflects public frustration with mainstream parties.
As predicted, the country’s anti-immigration party scored massive gains even as traditional parties still came out on top.
The three Baltic states are moving forward with a plan to leave the Soviet-era energy grid.
Temperatures in the sea are rising at three times the average rate for the world’s oceans.
More than a trillion dollars flowed into and out of the Baltic country over an eight-year period.
A major Danish bank’s operations in Estonia are facing allegations of laundering as much as $8.3 billion.
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