Lights out at Eiffel Tower for slain journalists
The Eiffel Tower’s lights were turned off for a
Bedingfield puts his foot in it again
Labour MP Glenn Bedingfield, who is also a member
‘Fake news’ – a government tool
In 2017, “fake news” was the Collins English Dictionary’s
The Dictator’s Handbook #8: Power and corruption
The Dictator’s Handbook emphasises repeatedly how leaders stay in
Banker gets 10 years for billion-dollar money laundering scheme involving Maltese company
A German banker, Matthias Krull, was sentenced to 10 years
Matthew Caruana Galizia blasts ‘system of impunity’ in Malta
The son of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia lashed
Roberta Metsola to lead new EU borders law
Maltese MEP Roberta Metsola has been tasked by the
Judge Antonio Mizzi can hear Panama Papers appeal, Simon Busuttil to take case to Strasbourg
The constitutional court upheld arguments made by former Opposition
Disinformation Watch #24: Burying the truth on Egrant
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said in Court on Friday
Malta Today allegations against MEP David Casa ‘untrue and impossible’ – auditors
Pro Corporate Services Ltd, certified public accountants acting as
UK fintech clients’ money trapped after Satabank freeze
Clients of a London based financial technology company are
MEPs call for outright ban of neo-Nazi and neo-fascist groups in Europe
MEPs have overwhelmingly voted in favour of banning Neo-Nazi
Ukrainian film director awarded Sakharov Prize
Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov has been awarded this
Wanted Chilean businessman in hiding in Malta for two years
A Chilean businessman wanted for an investigation into one
The Dictator’s Handbook #7: The luxury of freedom
As a leader, once you’ve come to power, rewarded
Owen Bonnici’s ‘destructive actions’ tarnish Malta’s reputation – PEN International
Justice minister Owen Bonnici’s “destructive actions” in constantly ordering
Recent band club protection law got its first test
In a partial judgement handed down by the Court
Council of Europe grants anonymity to witnesses with information on Caruana Galizia’s murder
A Special Rapporteur appointed by the Council of Europe
Prison sentences for online trolls who harassed Finnish investigative journalist
A Finnish court has sentenced Ilja Janitskin – the
Disinformation Watch #23: On dirty political tricks that make headlines
The government undermines civil society by directly suppressing freedom
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s protest memorial cleared again
Three days after the first anniversary of journalist Daphne
Matthew Caruana Galizia shortlisted for RSF Press Freedom Awards
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) today announced the shortlist for its
The Dictator’s Handbook #6: Money, money, money
For those following this series, it should be clear
Trapping ‘agreement’ reached with Commission questioned by Birdlife
BirdLife Malta has written to the European Commission for
‘Who are you going to call to remove this billboard in Brussels?’ – Il-Kenniesa
In response to the Maltese government’s repeated removal of
Activists warn they will not give up until masterminds behind Daphne’s murder are identified
International press freedom NGOs renewed their calls for justice
A strong society needs free, unshackled journalists
A strong society needs transparency and freedom of information
A Dark Day for Freedom of Expression in Malta
By Sarah Clarke, Advocacy Manager, PEN International. This is
‘You are not alone and we will not forget’ – Reporters Without Borders
By Rebecca Vincent, UK Bureau Director for Reporters Without
Disinformation Watch #22: Chris Cardona gets his knickers in a twist
Last week’s revelations involving Economy Minister Chris Cardona triggered

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