Estonia unveils memorial for Holocaust victims in Tallinn

Last month a memorial was unveiled at the Liiva Cemetery in Tallinn in memory of Estonian Jews who were murdered in an anti-tank trench in the city and nearby in 1941.

Estonian government creates antisemitism working group

A working group on antisemitism will be created to support the security of the Jewish community of Estonia after the government agreed on a concept for new measures last month.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorated in Estonia

A national commemoration ceremony was held at the Rahumäe Jewish Cemetery in Estonia to mark the 76th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz extermination camp.

Tallinn to fix up old Jewish cemetery

The city of Tallinn has picked a basic project for fixing up the old Jewish cemetery area for which purpose €400,000 have been earmarked in next year's budget.

Estonia imposes entry ban on Hezbollah affiliates

The Estonian government has imposed an entry ban on Hezbollah affiliates - belonging either to Hezbollah's political or military wing - whose activity supports terrorism.

Estonian Jews mark 76th anniversary of Klooga massacre

The Jewish Community of Estonia marked the 76th anniversary of the Klooga concentration camp massacre, in which as many as 2,000 Jews were killed.

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