Bulgaria’s cash for passports scheme under EU scrutiny
After Bulgaria pledged to end its ‘golden passport’ scheme
EU ‘complicit’ in secretive Libyan prison and shadow immigration systems
An investigation by The New Yorker has shone a light
Defamation law in the hands of ‘malicious parties’ is chilling for journalists – OSCE
The use of criminal and civil lawsuits against journalists
OSCE: Toxic masculinity leads to rising attacks on female journalists
While both men and women in journalism and politics
Malta must strengthen fight against human trafficking – Council of Europe report
Malta has been asked, again, to step up its
Media Freedom Rapid Response reports violation against The Shift journalist by court official
An international media freedom violation tracker has sounded the
Daphne Foundation joins global call to rein in Big Tech
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation has signed the People’s
Robert Abela at COP26 – a far cry from Censu Tabone, the man who put climate change on the UN agenda
Thirty-two years ago, Vincent “Censu” Tabone, Malta’s then foreign
Calls for action at COP26 after 1005 climate defenders murdered since 2015
A group of environmental and human rights activists came
Pollution, greed and rude locals – why Malta’s expats are leaving
Construction, pollution and rubbish, “obscene” rental costs and unwelcoming
‘Climate emergency, journalism emergency’, journalists tell COP26
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and more than 60 environmental
EU member states approve resolution to support independent, local, and transparent media
On Tuesday 19 October, the European Parliament adopted a resolution
Is your Android device spying on you?
Smartphones that run Android operating systems could be spying
Malta scores below regional average in new rule of law report
Malta has ranked below the regional average in every
Better late than never, or is it?
Monday, 11 October, started as a day no different
Nobel Peace Prize shows vital role journalism plays in peace and democracy
The award of the Nobel Peace Prize to two
One regime, many scandals
Last week, Malta’s President George Vella and Foreign Minister
Facebook’s woes continue as whistleblower goes public
Facebook’s stocks plunged by 5% yesterday following another devastating
People’s Tribunal will indict governments over failure to convict journalists’ murderers
A group of leading media organisations have launched a
Pieter Omtzigt voices concern over ‘credible reports’ of CIA plot against Julian Assange
Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe General Rapporteur
Reports of CIA plot creates waves in Assange case
Reports of an alleged CIA plot against Wikileaks founder
Freedom House: government use of spyware creates human rights crisis
Governments’ use of spyware technology is increasing, giving them
Slovak journalists to face charges for revealing spy-for-hire in Jan Kuciak case
Two journalists from Slovak independent media platform Dennik N
A country built on dirty money
For almost 20 years, Malta has built much of
OCCRP: Malta looks like a country working on behalf of criminal groups
Veteran crime and corruption investigative journalist and co-founder at

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