European Commission Vice President calls for full prosecution of politicians involved in journalists’ murders
European Commission Vice President Vera Jourova has called for
A leaner, more efficient parliament
A leaner Parliament with fewer ministers and parliamentary secretaries
Chinese citizen journalist who shot viral video of coronavirus corpses ‘missing’
The citizen journalist who shattered the carefully crafted image
European Court of Human Rights rules against Malta in majority of cases
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has ruled
‘And that is my mother’
For the first time in more than two years
Cases of impunity for murder of journalists in Europe on the rise
Threats, harassment, imprisonment and the murder of journalists is
‘Our democracy will be lost if we are indifferent’ – Věra Jourová
The lack of transparency in political advertising and the
‘Alarming restrictions on journalists’
Reporters Without Borders condemned Downing Street’s attempt to ban
First action against MPs linked to Azerbaijan bribes
A German MP is now facing the consequences of
Justice Minister’s orders to clear protest memorial ‘a breach of freedom of expression’
The order handed down by former Justice Minister Owen
Kuciak ’embodied human kindness’, killed in cold blood – editor
The former colleagues of murdered Slovak journalist Ján Kuciak
Malta slides further in global corruption index
Malta’s position has declined significantly in Transparency International’s annual
The Prime Minister’s business is everyone’s business – Delia
Any “business” the Prime Minister had was everybody’s business
Online misinformation growing through Facebook & Whatsapp
The spread of misinformation often takes place via groups
Dutch MPs file joint PQs on Malta’s golden passport scheme
Four Dutch MPs joined forces and took their Prime
Muscat chosen as 2019 Person of the Year in Organized Crime and Corruption
Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has been selected as
Malta has become more financially secretive – report
Malta, along with the Netherlands and Denmark, top the
Experts slam Saudi execution of five men for Khashoggi’s murder
The decision to execute five men by Saudi Arabia
Omtzigt requests meeting with new PM in January
Special Rapporteur for the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council
Fewer journalists killed in 2019 – RSF
The number of journalists killed for their profession in
Opposition Leader ‘disgusted’ at Egrant inquiry findings, publishes full report
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia today published the full copy
Maltese in Brussels call for PM’s resignation
The Maltese community in Brussels stood today in front
Caruana Galizia family insists Prime Minister step back from investigation
The family of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia is
Calls for the Prime Minister’s resignation after suspected mastermind arrested
Calls for the resignation of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat
Journalist Ahmet Altan’s re-arrest amounts to ‘psychological torture’
The rearrest of Turkish journalist and writer Ahmet Altan
‘Delighted to be back’ – artist Marie Louise Kold in Malta for exhibition launch
The final touches are being put in place for
International Forum on Information & Democracy to fight information disorder
Eleven organisations from around the world unveiled the newly
Malta among four countries topping list for marine litter in the Mediterranean
More than 1.5 million sheets and bottles of plastic,
Golden Victoria Awards highlight struggle for press freedom
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) was awarded the prestigious Golden
UN Chief rejects proposal by 70 organisations for journalists’ safety
The United Nations Secretary General has “no plans” to