The most recent film to have been shot there is a fake news comedy starring Katherine Parkinson.
The firm at the centre of the Facebook data row has filed legal papers that will see it wound up.
Kanepi, whose name derives from the Estonian word for marijuana, took the step after an online poll.
Anyone misplace a leg?
How Birkin handbags and cheap shoes became a symbol of change for many Malaysians.
Police say the raids targeting ousted PM Najib Razak are linked to the 1MDB corruption scandal.
The CIA veteran was criticised for overseeing a “black site” where terror suspects were brutalised.
Beijing and Washington are currently in talks to avoid the escalation of a trade war.
Australia says it has received asylum applications, but the number of missing athletes is still unknown.
Some of these children have never even seen life outside prison but one woman is trying to help.
Kilauea volcano sends ash 30,000ft (9,100m) into the sky and residents are advised to shelter.
With Ireland set to vote on legalising abortion, do people living in its cities and its countryside see the issue differently?
Video shows a customer threatening to call immigration authorities on staff at a New York restaurant.
A village ravaged by decades of mining is struggling after the mines closed.
The BBC goes undercover to expose the EU passport black market in Turkey.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
The US and North Korea have very different ideas on what denuclearisation means.
Scientists warn this could lead to more outbreaks of disease and affect people who are already ill.
A high-tech solution being tested in Iceland gets rid of waste carbon dioxide by pumping it 1,000m underground.
Wanuri Kahiu talks about Kenya's decision to ban the film, and its success at the Cannes Film Festival.
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