Malta, money laundering and a murdered journalist: Too little, too late?
Leading German news platform Deutsche Welle has described Malta’s
Amnesty delivers 45,000 signatures calling for ‘justice for Daphne’
Amnesty International Italy delivered over 45,000 signatures to the
‘How criminals hide their stolen millions’ – investigation
Louise Shelley, an expert on money laundering and illicit
Malta’s ally: Report on censorship, control by China beyond its borders
China is going to great lengths to create a
Politicians ‘attacking’ NGOs must be held accountable – Sakharov Prize finalists
NGOs operating migrant rescue vessels in the Mediterranean told
UPDATED: Crane Currency accused of receiving kickbacks, facing criminal charges
Updated to include statement from Crane Currency. International manufacturer
European journalists demand MEP candidates commit to media freedom
The European Federation of Journalists has launched its manifesto
Asylum seekers in Malta living in ‘rat-infested conditions’
Asylum seekers, refugees, and detainees are living in “deplorable”
WATCH: ‘Wildlife crime is being actively tolerated in Malta’
In the last 12 days, the Committee Against Bird
PN opts for rule of law over member of its own political family
During the political assembly of the European People’s Party
Global media back call for UN to adopt convention on safety of journalists
A coalition involving the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ),
Malta’s lack of action on Panama Papers leading to backlash against journalists
Malta’s treatment of journalists and its attitude to media
EU anti-fraud office dumps Malta Today allegations against MEP David Casa
Accusations made against PN MEP David Casa that were
MEPs call for sanctions against Russian banker who threatened The Shift News
Over 20 MEPs from 14 countries have demanded sanctions
WATCH: ‘You made me feel part of something bigger’ – Pelin Ünker
Turkish journalist Pelin Ünker, who is facing 13 months
‘Without media freedom there can be no democracy’
In the absence of government action, it is up
The man charged with Jan Kuciak’s murder, his links to Malta and what a safe can reveal
A safe owned by Marian Kočner, charged with ordering
Malta government only paying ‘lip service’ to its human rights obligations, UN hears
Leading international press freedom and human rights organisations raised
‘It is when institutions fail that journalists become vulnerable’
Journalists who unearth wrongdoing are endangered when the institutions
Finance Minister steps in to defend China on US concerns on project Malta embraced
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has again raised a few
Rule of law and press freedom in Malta criticised by UN Human Rights Council
The Maltese government has come under significant criticism for
OSCE Media Freedom Representative welcomes judgment for press freedom
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has
Commission told to ‘investigate misuse of EU funds by tuna farm operators’
The European Commission has been asked to investigate any
Electoral Commission admits misinformation given to European citizens voting in EP elections
European citizens residing in Malta were given incorrect information
Malta government ranking on transparency takes another knock
Since 2016, Malta has dropped a total of six
U ejja, come on – it’s just €4 million spent on ‘false allegations’ in five months!
Another direct order of over €2 million was given
Government criticised at UN on lack of public inquiry on Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination
Delegates at the United Nations Human Rights Council 40th
Reporters Without Borders condemns latest threat against The Shift News
A new threat of possible legal action against Malta-based
Russian banker threatens The Shift News with SLAPP lawsuit
Only hours after a conference at the University of
Can you locate Rwanda on a map? It’s one of those countries trouncing Malta on women in parliament
Well designed gender quotas lead to significantly more women

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