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In the annual Sauna Marathon, more than 700 people compete to win their own hot tub. Evidence suggests the exposure to extreme temperatures is good fo...
The Sauna Marathon is less of an endurance sport, and more of a snowy winter party meant to warm the soul. It might be coming to the US next year.
These countries have the lowest rates of homicide, terrorism, and organized crime as well as a reliable police force, according to a new report.
Estonia is making it easy for people to get ‘e-residency,’ and it’s offsetting a dangerous demographic time bomb
Estonia and many other Eastern European countries face economic problems due to a demographic time bomb caused by falling birth rates. Unlike its neighbors, Estonia has offset some of these pressures through an e-residency program, which is growing faster than the country's population.
A Spanish fighter jet accidentally fired a missile near the border with Russia — and they still can’t find it
The jet was deployed to Lithuania as part of a regular Baltic air-policing mission, and the missile was fired after a routine training exercise over southeast Estonia, which borders Russia.
Air Force A-10 Warthogs are back in the Baltics, practicing for rough landings close to the Russian border
In 2016, US Air Force A-10s practiced landing on highways in Estonia for the first time since 1984. This month, the A-10s are back in the Baltics, practicing their ability to land and take off in rough environments.
The former ‘mighty eagle’ of the company behind ‘Angry Birds’ wants to build a $15 billion tunnel from Finland to Estonia
Vesterbacka is a big name in the mobile gaming world, but he has his sights on a much bigger industry.
NATO will begin using cyberweapons in its military operations, a notable shift in its policy, which has traditionally only used such weapons defensively.
"The amount of jamming of their own troops surprised me," Estonia's military-intelligence chief said. "It was at a level we haven’t seen."
Estonian citizens rely on the cards to vote and for banking.
Troops in Europe are jumping in lakes and wrapping their phones in condoms to thwart Russian hackers
The incidents began in January when NATO troops noticed contacts missing from their phones.