), is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by the Gulf of Finland, to the west by the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia (343 km), and to the east by Lake Peipus and Russia (338.6 km). Across the Baltic Sea lies Sweden in the west and Finland in the north. The territory of Estonia consists of a mainland and 2,222 islands and islets in the Baltic Sea, covering 45,339 km2 (17,505 sq mi) of land, and is influenced by a humid continental climate.

Estonia is a democratic parliamentary republic divided into fifteen counties, with its capital and largest city being Tallinn. With a population of 1.3 million, it is one of the least-populous member states of the European Union, Eurozone, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, the OECD and the Schengen Area. Ethnic Estonians are Finnic people, and the official language, Estonian, is a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Finnish and the Sami languages, and distantly to Hungarian.

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First Women's Nordic Combined crystal globe awarded after curtailed inaugural season

Inside The Games 01 Mar 2021
Geraghty-Moats triumphed at the Women's Nordic Combined World Cup event in December, which was held in Ramsau. Ramsau stepped in to host the event after competition was unable to take place at Lillehammer in Norway, amid the COVID-19 pandemic ... Two further planned events in Schonach in Germany were also unable to take place.
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Aroostook plumber makes special tools to help return World’s Largest Ice Carousel record to Maine

Bangor Daily News 01 Mar 2021
ST ... Other record holders over the years included teams in Quebec, Finland and Estonia. The World Ice Carousel Association monitors the events ... Although many details of the April 10 ceremony are yet to be determined, The Ice Busters are planning to fly the national flags of the United States, Canada, Finland and Estonia on the Long Lake ice that day.
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Archers to compete remotely in team-only Indoor Archery World Series Finals

Inside The Games 26 Feb 2021
The finalists will go head-to-head from their own ranges situated around the world as they aim to secure the top prizes at the event, due to be held tomorrow and Sunday (February 28) ... Arc Système and Estonia booked places in the top three with their results from the bonus leg at the Sud de France Nimes Archery Tournament.
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Estonia’s history-maker Kudre adds silver to gold at World Ski Orienteering Championships

Inside The Games 25 Feb 2021
Daisy Kudre, who won the first ever World Ski Orienteering Championships gold for hosts Estonia in yesterday’s sprint event, followed up with silver today in the women’s pursuit in Otepää ... day's sprint, added a silver medal in the pursuit event held today on her home course ©WOF.
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From Estonia to Nebraska, the Ilves sisters lead Huskers into Big Ten championships

Scottsbluff StarHerald 24 Feb 2021
LINCOLN — At 6 years old Johanna Ilves marched right up to the local track coach in Koeru, Estonia, and told him she was ready to compete ... Johanna and Lishanna have now traded the green rolling hills of Estonia for the green corn fields of Nebraska. Johanna is a junior combined events athlete and holds the second-best pentathlon score in the Big Ten.
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First FIVB Beach World Tour event of 2021 to begin in Doha

Inside The Games 22 Feb 2021
The first International Volleyball Federation (FIVB) Beach World Tour event of 2021 is set to get underway in Doha in Qatar tomorrow. A total of 24 teams from 14 countries will compete in the Doha Beach Volleyball Cup, a one-star FIVB World Tour event.  ... Estonia's Kusti Nolvak ...
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Prep wrestling: Wagoner, Fort Gibson girls focus on state title after earning regional crowns

Muskogee Phoenix 11 Feb 2021
Miller scored a major decision in the finals of last year’s inaugural event, 17-7 over Jordan Blair of Bethel at 107 pounds ... It was just after state last year she had her eyes set on an overseas event in Estonia, which would have given her experience against some of the top international girls in the sport.
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WTA roundup: No. 1 Ashleigh Barty earns ninth title

The Polk County Standard Journal 07 Feb 2021
It's the second title in her home country for Barty, who was playing in her first WTA event since February 2020 ... 6 seed Anett Kontaveit of Estonia reached the final of the Grampians Trophy event in Melbourne, but won't get the chance to face off for the title.
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Inauguration of the Indo-Baltic Trade Council

Beijing News 01 Feb 2021
The Indo-Baltic Trade Council (IBTC) was inaugurated by Dr Asif Iqbal, the president of Indian Economic Trade Organization, at an event held at the ITC Maurya Hotel here ... The chief guest for the event was Dr Raul Kallo, CEO and Founder of Viveo Health, Estonia ... and Estonia.
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Indo-Baltic Trade Council held with eye on ease of doing business

Yahoo Daily News 01 Feb 2021
The Indo-Baltic Trade Council (IBTC) was inaugurated by Dr Asif Iqbal, the president of Indian Economic Trade Organization, at an event held at the ITC Maurya Hotel here ... The chief guest for the event was Dr Raul Kallo, CEO and Founder of Viveo Health, Estonia ... and Estonia.
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Archers from 13 nations set to compete in Sud de France tournament

Inside The Games 29 Jan 2021
Elimination matches begin tomorrow, with the event having been ... Archers from Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Luxembourg, Mexico, The Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Switzerland and Sweden have travelled to the event, while more than half of competitors will be French.
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Russia to ignore calls by Western govts to release Kremlin critic

Straits Times 19 Jan 2021
Navalny, an outspoken critic of Mr Putin, was stopped by police at passport control as he landed in Moscow from Berlin, where he had gone for treatment after the August nerve-agent attack he and Western governments blame on the Kremlin, a version of events the Kremlin rejects.
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Border row reignites between Estonia & Russia as Baltic country’s top MP reopens WW2 territorial ...

Russia Today 03 Jan 2021
Estonia's territorial losses disputed by officials like Polluaas followed Second World War events highly contentious among modern historians – including the Nazi German occupation, the Estonian collaboration with the Nazis, and the Soviet move to incorporate the Baltic states in 1940, which Tallinn considers annexation and occupation.

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