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Activists pressure minister on dismissals of key officials in Panama Papers investigations
Civil Society Network (CSN) has called on Finance Minister
Soldiers patrolling streets ‘not good news for democracy’
The army should not be deployed daily in support
Daphne Caruana Galizia investigation in breach of human rights, international lawyers warn
International lawyers at Doughty Street Chambers have advised Daphne
Russian whistleblower to talk to MEPs investigating rule of law in Malta
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Trump’s folly kills Palestinian dream of freedom
Donald Trump’s madness in declaring Jerusalem as the capital
New port, airport and roads loom on Gozo
Vague plans for a new road linking Mġarr to
IT experts warn that facial recognition CCTV has no basis in law
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