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Albanian government passes law putting online media under State control
The Albanian government has passed two laws that will
Hate speech targets journalists following government statement
The government has denied that The Shift’s news founder
‘Impunity in any society erodes the rule of law’ – GRECO Executive Secretary
Malta needs an overall strategy and coherent risk-based approach
Documents confirm Crane Currency indicted in Liberia, despite denials
Crane Currency has been indicted in Liberia for economic
Malta fails to implement all but one Council of Europe recommendation
Malta has failed to implement all but one of
Slovak politician and Judge resign over links to Jan Kuciak’s murder suspect
Martin Glvac, the Vice President of the Parliament of
EU must intervene to protect journalists against SLAPP
The fact Daphne Caruana Galizia’s “widower and sons are
Refugee Commissioner has no opinion on Gafa’s secret migrant deal with Libya
The Commissioner for Refugees, Roberta Buhagiar, has no opinion
Government inaction fuelling human trafficking and modern slavery in Malta
Fake massage parlours operating as thinly-veiled brothels are spreading
Government won’t say how much is spent clearing memorial
The government has refused to answer a freedom of
Malta getting worse for business, despite government claims
Malta is the most difficult place in the EU
Twitter ban: ‘Political advertising isn’t about free expression’
Twitter has announced that it will no longer accept
WhatsApp sues Israeli spy company linked to Maltese citizen
WhatsApp has filed a lawsuit against the NSO Group,
Government mum on Malta’s failure to sign global media freedom pledge
The Maltese government has failed to sign a pledge
Casa calls for end to cash-for-passports following fifth arrest of Maltese citizen
David Casa, Quaestor and Maltese Member of European Parliament,
‘Strong condemnation’ of Turkish air strike that killed two journalists in Syria
International press freedom organisations have strongly condemned the apparent
Fifth Malta cash-for-passports client charged with financial crime this year
Another new Maltese citizen has been charged with criminal
Two years after Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination, the world reacts
On the two-year anniversary of the assassination of Daphne
Human Rights Commissioner calls for action to counter attacks against press
Dunja Mijatović, the Commissioner for Human Rights at the
European watchdog registers threat against media freedom from Prime Minister’s staff
Social media posts by Josef Caruana, an official from
US Attorney General in Rome for secret deposition by wanted Maltese professor
The Italian intelligence community had Joseph Mifsud “on their
‘Someone connected to the Maltese government bears responsibility for her death’
Matthew Caruana Galizia described the scene of his mother’s
Crane Currency excluded from contracts by Liberian government following scandal
Crane Currency has been excluded from all future contracts
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Keith Schembri’s business interests a problem for press freedom – report
The Prime Minister’s chief of staff Keith Schembri has
‘Rigorous system in place’, Identity Malta says despite arrests
Another new Maltese citizen is facing criminal charges, but
The Shift founder praised for ‘picking up the torch of scrutiny and free journalism in Malta’
Alan Rusbridger, former editor-in-chief of The Guardian, academic, and