by Mel Huang It has become nearly an annual ritual: kilt-clad, beer-wielding, singing Scotsmen roaming Tallinn’s Old Town. With the doldrums of returning to work after the summer holidays, the invasion of the “Tartan Army” brought some levity to the bloodthirsty press and stressed workers who happened to catch a glimpse of, or hear a […]

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