430 residents write to Prime Minister to reconsider Central Link project
Attard residents have written a letter to Prime Minister
PEN International calls for action against ‘public officials’ who threaten freedom of speech
PEN International called on the Maltese authorities to sanction
Lifeline not registered with Dutch authorities, police tell court
The MV Lifeline is not registered with the Dutch
NGO denounces ‘inhuman policies’ of Malta and Italy 
A humanitarian boat carrying 59 people rescued off the
Déjà vu: EU leaders agree to share migration responsibilities, voluntarily
EU leaders agreed on opening “voluntary controlled centres” in
47 journalists killed in 2018
Forty-seven journalists, media workers and citizen journalists were killed
Italy reportedly blocks EU statement on migration
European Union leaders failed to agree on a common
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Prime Minister Joseph Muscat did not stop to explain
‘Blockchain Island’ minister Silvio Schembri got spoofed… twice
Digital economy minister Silvio Schembri, known for his over-enthusiastic
‘No political will to protect journalists’
There is no political will to protect journalists, said
Beyond the trees: Residents opposing Central Link Project raise alarm on impact on farmers
A total of 47 registered farmers will be affected
Fishy data: Commissioner Karmenu Vella urged to improve enforcement
Most of us try to avoid waste when it
V18 chairman causes diplomatic rift
The Dutch Foreign Affairs Minister Stef Blok has been
Daphne’s assassination was ‘planned and premeditated long in advance’
Pieter Omtzigt who is preparing a report for the
Joseph Muscat turns his back on Labour online hate groups
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Monday evening in
‘Withdraw warrants of Brian Tonna and Karl Cini’ – MEP David Casa
The Accountancy Board should convene a disciplinary committee to
EP President dedicates journalism award to Daphne Caruana Galizia
During an international journalism awards ceremony held in Sorrento,Italy,
Press freedom: ‘Expecting the truth is the only duty we have’
Italian investigative journalist Paolo Borrometi, the recipient of journalism
UPDATED: Spain again offers help with migrant rescue vessel
Spain has been in contact with Malta to offer
UN Human Rights Council discusses violence against women and the rule of law in Malta
The UN Human Right Council must ensure a full
End of finch trapping in Malta…finally!
Malta lost its case on finch trapping at the
World Refugee Day: Governments obstructing media coverage of refugees
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) marked World Refugee Day by
WATCH: ‘This is our home’
A video by renowned film-maker Pierre Ellul draws attention
UN Special Rapporteur draws Human Rights Council’s attention to disinformation and hate speech
Disinformation and propaganda are challenging access to information and
Socialist MEP slams European Commission’s response to medical visas scandals
Socialist MEP Ana Gomes criticised the European Commission’s (EC)
Prime Minister dodges questions, remains member of online hate groups
The Prime Minister avoided telling Parliament he remains a
Aquarius crisis reignites cross-party racism
Last week’s diplomatic row between Italian interior minister Matteo
Italy’s hardline approach reflects breakdown in regional cooperation on migration – HRW
The recent refusal of the Italian government to allow

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