Regnum – an aggressive attacker of Estonia

The web portal of the information agency Regnum, founded in 1999, stands out with the large number of their flagrant anti-Estonian stories.

Seeking attention for Seredenko

There is an action trying to implement the narrative of the persecution of Russians because of Sergei Seredenko’s detention at the beginning of March.

Another Sputnik is becoming a propaganda weapon

Last week, Kremlin channels broadcast news that Estonian residents want the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine to be available in Estonia. The Estonian media also contributed to the spread of the propaganda message.

EADaily; a worker bee in the Kremlin’s information war

What kind of media publication is EADaily, whose news selection uses a tone that attacks and denigrates Estonia? Why are we moving this publication to our black list?

Helme – Biden scandal in the Kremlin media

Mart Helme’s accusations against the US electoral system and the naming of Joe Biden and his son as corrupt individuals was strongly written about by the Russian media.

Kremlin media conspiracy theories on the sinking of the Estonia

Our eastern neighbour’s media seems convinced that a Swedish submarine is to blame for the tragedy. They believe that Russia will also be blamed.

Boat refugees were portrayed as Nazi escapees

The Russian publication EADaily compared the 1944 refugees from Estonia as individuals escaping with the Nazis.

How successful is the Kremlin’s punitive action due to Sputnik?

As of yesterday, a month has passed since the Speaker of the Russian Federation Council, Valentina Matviiyenko, promised tough measures against Estonia due to the restrictions on Sputnik’s activities in the country. How far has it gone, up to now?

Põlluaasa’s posting caused a storm in the Russian media

Last week, a Facebook posting by the Speaker of Riigikogu (parliament), Henn Põlluaasa, provoked an unusually large response in the Russian media.

Myth breaker 7: Tallinn was not liberated it was conquered and occupied

Kremlin propaganda continues to spread the myth that Tallinn was liberated on September 22, 1944. Actually in fact, a new Soviet occupation of the Estonian Capital began on that day. Read more!