City of Tallinn planning to repair historic Jewish cemetery

The old Jewish cemetery in Tallinn, now only marked by a small memorial stone in a wall surrounding a wasteland, will be repaired in the coming years, the Tallinn city council has said.

Estonia marks 1944 Klooga massacre

Estonian and Israeli officials have marked the 75th anniversary of the massacre of some 2,000 Jews at the Klooga concentration camp, just three days before the Soviet Red Army liberated it.

Estonian MEP calls for “final solution” for immigrants in Europe

Jaak Madison, the only member of the far-right Estonian Conservative People’s Party (EKRE) at the European Parliament (EP), used a Nazi term – originally used to camouflage the Holocaust – against immigrants in Europe.

Headstone smashed at Jewish cemetery in Tallinn

Several headstones were knocked over and a dog was let loose at a Jewish cemetery in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.

Estonian far-right to join government

Estonia's anti-EU far-right party EKRE struck a coalition deal with the Centre party of PM Jüri Ratas in a controversial bid to block the liberal Reform party from forming a government.

Estonian Jews concerned with entry of far-right into government

Estonia's Jewish community voiced concerns over a potential move to include a far-right party in the country's next government.

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