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Nordic World Ski Championships added to 2022-2023 FIS calendar with inaugural mixed team event

Inside The Games 17 May 2022
The New Year is set to begin with athletes travelling to Otepää in Estonia from January 6 to 8 for a packed World Cup weekend starting with a mixed team event as well as a mass start and an individual race for men and women.The FIS is working to include a ski flying event in the upcoming Nordic Combined World Cup season ©Getty Images.

Stop calling Putin! Macron appears to be scolded by the Estonian PM

The Spectator 14 May 2022
But now could Macron’s have-a-go diplomacy also be fraying tempers in the rest of Eastern Europe?. Mr S was interested to see the prime minister of Estonia’s remarks at an international security conference this week. At the event, Kaja Kallas singled out for criticism those who keep trying to reach out to Putin with repeated phone calls, saying. ... .

Greece to host Odessa Classics International Music Festival

Greek City Times 11 May 2022
Greece is set to host the Odessa Classics International Music Festival, a leading cultural event in the field of classical music, in Thessaloniki, from June 9 to June 13 2022, under the auspices and organisation of the State Conservatory of Thessaloniki. The pre-festival events will be hosted in Estonia from May 31 to June 4, by local organisations.

Tennis in the Land returning to Cleveland for 2nd annual event

Cleveland 09 May 2022
Estonia’s Anett Kontaveit, sixth-ranked player in the world, won the inaugural event in 2021 ... “If our first year was any indication, Cleveland has a strong appetite for big-time women’s sports events,” tournament director Kyle Ross said.

Pro wrestling loses legend with passing of Charlie Smith

The Post and Courier 07 May 2022
A respected life member of the Las Vegas-based CAC, Charlie designed and sold the organization’s reunion T-shirts every year, the first face to be seen at the events manning the T-shirt booth along with longtime friend and CAC chaplain Bobby Simmons ... The event will be available in 72 countries ... Estonia’s Mikk Vainula.

Sculptor Sergei Isupov creates never-ending narratives for the viewer to interpret

The Berkshire Eagle 06 May 2022
There is little doubt that his worry for his family, his homeland is intertwined in this most recent work; work created in tandem with overseas events, worry for his family, anxiety over Russian movements in Ukraine and Estonia.

Kälin and Rooth win Multistars combined events meeting

Inside The Games 01 May 2022
Poland's Edyta Bielska, who finished fourth in the final standings, won the 800 metres which was the final event ... Brazil's Jose Fernando Ferreira Santana was arguably the star of the show today after winning the 110 metres hurdles and javelin events but only finished sixth overall, while fourth-place Kristjan Rosenberg of Estonia won the discus.

OP-ED: The Baltics: From tourism to tragedy

Observer-Reporter 30 Apr 2022
The countries surrounding the Baltic Sea include Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany and Denmark. Finland, Estonia and Latvia share long borders with Russia ... Recent events have rekindled old nightmares ... Time magazine recently examined events in Estonia since the Ukraine invasion.

Danske Bank keeps guidance despite profit miss, higher costs

Metro USA 29 Apr 2022
Denmark’s largest bank has been dogged by a money laundering scandal in its now shuttered Estonia branch since 2018, which has caused its compliance-related costs to skyrocket and trust in the lender to plummet ... The bank also said the outlook did not include any effect from a potential settlement of the Estonia matter this year.
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