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With Estonian holiday traditions in mind: Try not to eat too much... Source: (Anna Aurelia Minev/ERR)

With an editorial staff of just two, ERR News is forced to slow down whenever the weekend or public holidays approach. We are taking Christmas Day off, and will be back on Dec. 26, when we will give you an overview of what happened in Estonia in the meantime.

With the Baltic News Service shutting down their English desk for Christmas, we are doing the same — if only on Christmas Day. You will be able to catch up on what happened in the meantime on Monday, Dec. 26, when we come back online.

In the meantime, we would like to thank all our readers for checking in, leaving comments and letting us have your feedback.

Until then, we wish you a very Merry Christmas, and a good time with family and friends.

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Editor: Editors: Aili Vahtla, Dario Cavegn

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