Amnesty blames deaths at sea on Italy and Malta
Malta and Italy’s policies are to blame for the deaths
Police use tear gas against anti-corruption protestors in Romania 
Romanian riot police used tear gas and water cannons
MEP David Casa undeterred by threat of legal action by Pilatus Holdings
Pilatus Bank is represented by the Prime Minister’s chief
UNHCR sounds alarm as Mediterranean Sea deaths pass 1,500 mark
More than 1,500 refugees and migrants have lost their
Gaslighting – questioning reality
Imagine being told that what you see and hear
New guidelines on golden passports this year – Justice Commissioner Jourová
New, tougher guidelines will be published later this year
Fish farm slime only the tip of the iceberg
The fish farming industry was still polluting the environment
Zoomafia: The illegal smuggling of birds from Italy to Malta
Police investigations in southern Italy have exposed a smuggling
Aquarius returns to sea to save lives 
Some six weeks after being denied access to Italian
Pope Francis rules out death penalty in change to Church teaching
The Catholic Church has declared itself against the death
‘Who killed Daphne?’ debate in London
A documentary focusing on the motives behind the assassination
Directive on whistleblower protection submitted to the Commission
Whistleblowers’ reports should be quickly and seriously investigated and
Azerbaijan should free political prisoners before closing EU deal
Index on Censorship welcomed a European Parliament recommendation for
Journalist abducted in Libya found – bound, tortured and 13 bullet wounds
The body of a Libyan journalist abducted on Tuesday
Malta needs to focus more on marine micro-litter
Malta needs to better address the issue of micro-litter
Major deficiencies in SOCAR tendering process – report
Anti-corruption organisation Global Witness raised significant concerns about the major
Maltese drivers willing to car-share through app – survey
At least 40% of Maltese drivers would consider ditching
Government use of “fake news” should stop – UK committee
A British parliamentary committee has recommended that the UK
PEN International reaffirms its commitment to seek justice for Daphne Caruana Galizia despite clash
PEN International reaffirmed its “unwavering support” for the family
Azerbaijan prisoners tortured and ill-treated – EU torture committee
Prisoners in Azerbaijan are tortured and ill-treated with beatings
Konrad Mizzi falsely riding on what we know of Egrant inquiry – MEP David Casa
Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi was riding “piggy-back” on the
Salvini rejects EU proposal of financial support to countries taking in migrants
Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini described the recent EU
AG appeals ruling on Judge’s recusal on Panama Papers case
The Attorney General appealed a judgment that called for
Opposition files judicial protest to release Egrant inquiry
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia filed a judicial protest against
Anti-corruption NGOs call on AG to publish the Egrant inquiry
Maltese and French anti-corruption organisations Il-Kenniesa and Sherpa called
A ‘fake’ signature, and some perspective
In April 2016, a team of French journalists travelled
‘European Socialist Party should call for resignation of Mizzi and Schembri’ – Gomes
MEP Ana Gomes called on her party – the
UPDATED: EU proposes to pay €6,000 for each disembarked migrant
Brussels will offer EU governments €6,000 for every migrant
UPDATED: Malta needs the whole truth – Caruana Galizia family
The family of assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia issued

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