Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas on August 25 faced pressure to resign amid reports that her husband has part ownership in a company that has kept operations in Russia since Moscow invaded Ukraine. Two major Estonian newspapers called on her to resign and two opinion polls found a majority of respondents thought she should step down. Kallas has said she doesn’t believe her husband’s companies have done anything wrong, while her husband said he was selling his stake in the company in question. Kallas has regularly urged European businesses to cut ties with Moscow. To read the original story by Reuters, click here.