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ERR - A study coordinated by the London School of Economics and Political Science found that 41 percent of Estonia's children come into contact with Internet risks, the highest percentage in Europe.
University of Tartu Media Studies Professor Veronika Kalmus told on Wednesday that children in eastern and northern Europe use the Internet more widely and thus their chances to stumble on risks are greater.

ERR - The Estonian Ministry of the Environment has passed along to Parliament and technical agencies an environmental impact assessment for a depository for radioactive waste that Russia is planning just across the border in Leningrad oblast.

After Alan Ago Koerv’s article appeared in the VES #22, May 30, 2013 paper, asking for other variations of translation of the “Kas siis selle maa keel....”.  The VES has received some additional translations.

 Miami has a large professional diplomatic corps funded by nations from around the globe, dozen of smaller nations get their diplomatic feet on the ground by serving their nations with honorary consuls.

There is often talk of a “global Estonia” since Estonians live all over the world possibly a couple of hundred thousand Estonians live now outside of Estonia.  Estonian Culture Minister Rein Lang said at the National Congress in SF that we live in a “global village”, he emphasized that this is a “networking world” where it is possible to keep in constant contact with the whole world only with a click of a finger.  True, but does this also help with personal friendships, does it take the place of conversation? 

ERR News - One proposed route of the Rail Baltic project, which would connect Estonia to other Baltic nations and beyond by high-speed trains, would cut one community in Rapla County in half.

ERR News - Freshly released figures from the 2011 census show that Estonia is now home to 180 ethnicities, 38 more than a decade ago, during the last count.
Statistics Estonia analyst Anu Tõnurist said on the organization's blog today that while in many countries it is considered a form of discrimination to ask a person's ethnicity, Estonian population censuses since the first one back in 1881 have been asking that question, as people are interested in how the nation's ethnic makeup changes.

ERR News - A Russian AN-30B aircraft carried out an observation mission over Estonia on Tuesday, July 16th as part of the Open Skies Treaty.
The aircraft was equipped with a panoramic camera, but all developed film will be done so in the presence of Estonian representatives, the Estonian Defense Forces said in a press release on July 16th.


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