DW visits journalist Tonis Kipper on Saaremaa, the largest island in Estonia. His home is a private art gallery, which the public is welcome to visit. He mainly collects work by East European artists.
The EU wants to send an inquiry committee to Slovakia to investigate the journalist Jan Kuciak's murder. Though PM Robert Fico has offered a reward for clues, observers doubt the government's desire to solve the case.
Coming soon to a cyberattack near you: an EU rapid-response team led by Lithuania, able to leap national borders in a single bound. Criminals do it, so why not the good guys? Teri Schultz reports.
Something is rotten in Malta. The murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia is a case in point. The EU shouldn't only be shocked and disgusted, it should step in and do something, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
The Kremlin has stressed its sovereign right to deploy missiles on Russian territory after reports that the country deployed the Iskander nuclear-capable missile system in Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea.
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