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OHTULEHT COVER. Õhtuleht is the largest daily newspaper in Estonia. It is a tabloid newspaper. The newspaper is published in Tallinn in the Estonian language. Õhtuleht was established in 1944. On 3 July 2000 two rival tabloid papers in Estonia, Õhtuleht and Sõnumileht (The Messenger), merged, becoming SL Õhtuleht. Since 6 October 2008 the name was shortened back to Õhtuleht. The paper has a liberal-conservative political stance. It is owned by Eesti Meedia which also owns Postimees and which in turn is owned by Schibsted, a Norwegian media group, and by Ekspress Grupp. Õhtuleht is available online at Ohtuleht.ee. Initially, at first the online version was just a copy of the paper, but now is turning into an online news stream and an entertainment centre with approx. 150,000 users. From Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%95htuleht
EKSPRESS COVER. Eesti Ekspress (Estonian Express) was the first politically independent newspaper in the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic during the Soviet control of Estonia. In March 2010 the paper was restarted as a magazine. Eesti Ekspress has a liberal stance and is one of the investigative publications in Estonia. The newspaper has broken a number of important stories and been known for its innovation-mindedness. Considerably thicker than other newspapers of the late Soviet era, it was one of the first to make use of digital publishing technologies and photographic typesetting. Today the newspaper remains one of the most popular newspapers in Estonia, with a circulation of 28,000 copies in 2015
THE BALTIC TIMES COVER. The Baltic Times is an independent monthly newspaper that covers the latest political, economic, business, and cultural events in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. The paper was formed from a merger in 1996 of the Baltic Independent and Baltic Observer. It is the only English language print newspaper covering all three Baltic states. Between 1996 and 2012 The Baltic Times was published weekly and then, until September 2013, twice a month.
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