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...as found by BBC Monitoring 13 April 2017 These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Some Estonian soldiers will have to get used to the outdoor life Estonian troops have vacated their barracks for a tented camp in order to give visiting NATO allies a roof over their heads. Hundreds of conscripts of Estonia's First Infantry Brigade are being moved out of their barracks in Tapa, the country's major army town, for tents in nearby Lasna to free up space for allied personnel, broadcaster ERR reports . NATO is sending hundreds of troops to Estonia to bolster the country's defences on NATO's eastern border and, according to the British Army , " to confront threats to global security". The UK is sending 800 members of the 5th Battalion The Rifles Battlegroup to Estonia, to join soldiers from France and Denmark. Staff Warrant Officer Andreas Rebane of the Estonian 1st Infantry Brigade is making the best of the situation, saying that it makes sense to bump the soldiers into the 640-bed tented camp which stands empty for much of the year. "There are heaters inside the tents; you can take care of your equipment there," he said, pointing out that many of his comrades would be allowed weekend leave. They'll also have access to showers and washing machines. However, the Estonians will have to sacrifice at least one Baltic tradition: "The main difference with the Tapa military compound is that we live in the open air and there's no sauna," Rebane said. None of the conscripts have complained about this hardship, he told ERR.
It's no surprise that this story originated from Paris," LA 2024 spokesman Jeff Millman told AFP in a statement. "LA 2024 is a global campaign as the Olympic movement is global. There are Olympic stakeholders in every country. "Bids advertise on traditional and social media, and all Facebook advertising has been purchased directly on Facebook." A report picked up by several media documented a sudden boost in fans on the LA 2024 Facebook page, increasing from just over 200,000 at the end of 2016 to more than a million in April. At the start of the year most of the LA "likes" had come from the United States but since then fans from developing countries such as Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal have dramatically increased. Millman said there was a logical explanation to the sudden spike in "likes" from far off countries. "Facebook advertising is more efficient in countries where there is less competition from other brands," he said. "Since the IOC's international promotion period began on February 3, 2017, permitting bids to promote internationally, our promotion has been directed primarily internationally, including Facebook advertising around the world." Over the same period, Paris also saw its fans grow threefold but 80 percent of its new Facebook "likes" came from France, with many of the rest from francophone countries such as Algeria and Tunisia. Reports of the spike in LA's social media popularity came as Los Angeles and Paris lobbied international sports leaders at the SportAccord convention in Denmark. "We have done very little Facebook promotion in the United States since the international promotion period began on February 3, 2017. There are no eligible IOC voters in the United States," added Millman.
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