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Five public hearings are scheduled throughout the country starting Tuesday in Helsinki. The project consortium -- Gazprom, Wintershall, E.ON Ruhrgas, Nederlandse Gasunie and GDF Suez -- said the EIA procedure will be followed by a permitting phase...
Rescue services spokeswoman Viktorija Sembele says 180 people were rescued at Vakarbulli and 43 at Majori, both towns on the Gulf of Riga No injuries were reported. Ms Sembele says helicopters carried up to 20 people at a time off the ice floes.
Estonia (AP) An Estonian man has returned a library book 69 years late, partly blaming a World War II aerial bombing that damaged the library for the late return. Ivika Turkson of the Tallinn Central Library says that last week the man in his mid-80s
59 hrs Travel postcard You could easily lose yourself while exploring the Estonian capital's well-preserved medieval Old Town or become absorbed in Tallinn's gritty Soviet and spy-laden past. Whatever your interests, local correspondents show you how
Baltic gold' a prehistoric organic treasure AFP 1 hour ago Tiny pieces of Batlic amber found along a beach near the Polish coastal town of Mikoszewo. As winter gales lash Poland's Baltic coast, the storms are spitting up a prehistoric treasure on
As winter gales lash Poland's Baltic coast, the storms are spitting up a prehistoric treasure on the sandy shore...Rich veins of this 40-million-year-old fossilized tree resin running along the coast have fueled a centuries-old trade in the port city
A weekend snowstorm would likely ensure a white Christmas for most of Sweden, forecasters said Saturday. The storm knocked out power to about 10,000 people in the Stockholm and Uppsala areas and caused traffic headaches in some areas. Forecasters at
Poland Seeking renewable energy to meet EU recommendations and cut dependence on Russian energy imports, Poland is looking to offshore wind farms as part of the answer. The government has granted 14 licenses for development of wind farms on the
My wife was half asleep when everything suddenly slip off the bedside table onto the floor," Ronni Vukanac, a passenger aboard a Finland-bound ferry told the Aftonbladet newspaper. Wild winter weather also caused problems on land, with more than 50
Wednesday 28 November 2012 Last Update 27 November 2012 9:40 pm A Stone Age camp that used to be by the shore is now 200 km from the Baltic Sea...And Sweden's port of Lulea risks getting too shallow for ships. In contrast to worries from the Maldives