Salvini investigated for ‘kidnapping migrants’
Italian far-right deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini is under
‘Investigate the FIAU’s handling of information on 17 Black’ – Casa
PN Head of Delegation MEP David Casa called on
‘Our stories are different yet they are all identical’
The same country leaders who promised justice to the
Tax evasion and money laundering exposed in Dubai Papers
An international network of tax evasion and money laundering
Sea Watch takes legal action against Maltese government
Rescue NGO Sea-Watch will be taking legal action against
Caruana Galizia memorial cleared and blocked by barriers
The makeshift memorial in Valletta for slain journalist Daphne
Report calls on EU to introduce common cryptocurrency rules
The EU has been urged to implement common regulations
The Dictator’s Handbook: Understanding our politicians’ shi**y behaviour
Another day, another scandal. An attempt by government to
Confidential report exposes gaps in EU banking system
A confidential report on money laundering within the EU
Disinformation requires urgent attention – Council of Europe
The Council of Europe (CoE) has expressed concern about
Key evidence on Chris Cardona will not be presented in court – Caruana Galizia
A “key piece of evidence” was prevented from being
€1,000 prize for alternative ideas to traffic
Project Aegle is kicking off a competition calling for
Disinformation Watch #16: The Rule of Law – a fascist reinterpretation
The rule of law is one of those concepts
Back to Basics: What is the ‘rule of law’?
Perhaps the easiest way to explain the Rule of
Metsola welcomes new EU funds to support investigative journalism
In the wake of the horrific assassinations of journalists
How much does it cost to live in Malta?
Alcohol and cigarettes, food and beverages together with furnishing
Facebook bans quiz app over concerns of misused data
Facebook has permanently banned the personality quiz app ‘myPersonality’
Migrants depicted as criminals and a burden by media
Migrant groups are under-represented in media coverage and are
European political parties to be fined for misusing personal data – Commission
The European Commission is working on a set of
Daphne Caruana Galizia remembered on her birthday
Messages of love, support and sadness at the killing
Disinformation Watch #15: The government’s assault on civil society
In a society as divided as Malta’s, civil society
Energy deal with Azerbaijan should prioritise human rights
Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged German Chancellor Angela Merkel
UNHCR appeals to Italy to disembark migrants
The UN Refugee Agency appealed to the Italian authorities
‘Governments have a duty and responsibility to not obstruct journalism’
Governments are using threats, intimidation, arrest and other means
Government slammed for failing to consult stakeholders on employment law
The recently suspended employment laws raised fundamental legal questions
German banker pleads guilty to role in billion-dollar money laundering scheme involving Maltese company
A German private banker, Matthias Krull, pleaded guilty for
Pope Francis’ message a sign that things had to change – Scicluna
Pope Francis’ apology to the victims of sexual abuse
Six months since Jan Kuciak’s murder, journalists say they will not forget
Slovakian Journalists and editors are concerned that killers of
Trump aide who protected Maltese ‘professor’ should be jailed – US investigation
The former campaign aide to US President Donald Trump