Protestors demand action after gun attack on Montenegro journalist
The shooting of an investigative journalist in Montenegro on
David Casa in Athens for Efimova’s extradition appeal
MEP David Casa is in Athens for the appeal
Journalist shot and wounded in Montenegro
Olivera Lakic, a Montenegrin investigative journalist who has written
Robert Musumeci’s ODZ approval rate tripled since becoming planning advisor in 2013
Architect and now lawyer Robert Musumeci saw his ODZ
Konrad Mizzi instructed accountants to backdate New Zealand trust documents
Konrad Mizzi instructed New Zealand accountants to backdate documents
NAO clears Jason Azzopardi of abusing his position to benefit from home ownership scheme
The National Audit Office did not find any evidence
Busuttil: Konrad Mizzi ‘lying’ about 17 Black ownership 
Former opposition leader Simon Busuttil said that tourism minister
Henley and Partners says it only sues Maltese journalists if government gives its ‘OK’
In a video conference Henley and Partners had with
Thousands of Slovaks call for new elections as media freedom is under threat
Saturday 5 May, was supposed to be a special
Cambridge Analytica could remerge under new name
Cambridge Analytica this week announced that it is folding
Konrad Mizzi only paid Nexia BT after secret companies were exposed by Panama Papers
Tourism minister Konrad Mizzi only paid Nexia BT for
MEP warns Malta could lose voting rights if rule of law is not respected
Romanian MEP Monica Macovei said Malta is within touching
‘Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated by idiots’
Australian journalist Neil Chenoweth, who worked with Daphne Caruana
CPJ urges Muscat to drop lawsuit against Daphne Caruana Galizia
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), an independent, international
Maltese companies transferred to New Zealand in bid to hide Azerbaijan cash trail
An Australian business man transferred the ownership of Maltese
MEP says Daphne Caruana Galizia murder ‘is a concern for the whole European Union’
Socialist MEP Ana Gomes said the investigations into Daphne
Planning Authority tribunal rejects Townsquare project
The Planning Authority’s review tribunal did not approve the construction
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder and corruption singled out in US State Department human rights report
The most significant human rights issues in Malta in
Cambridge Analytica and SCL Group shutting down
Cambridge Analytica, the political consultancy at the centre of
PEN International marks World Press Freedom Day with calls for #JusticeForDaphne
Marking World Press Freedom Day on 3 May, PEN
Police obliged to take criminal action over revoked Gaffarena deals
The Lands Authority is legally bound to inform “the
Citizens from around the world take a stand, #IAmDaphne
Citizens from around the world have voiced their support
Jason Azzopardi says sergeant Aldo Cassar tipped off Daphne suspects
Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi named PS88 Aldo Cassar
TVM presenter elected to Labour executive 
Angela Azzopardi Agius, a presenter and host on national
UPDATED: Thousands gather for ‘justice and truth’ protest in Valletta
Thousands walked down Merchant Street and Republic Street in
Protest speakers include PN MEP David Casa and PD MP Godfrey Farrugia
Activist Rachel Williams and lawyer Emma Portelli Bonnici will
Reporters Without Borders condemns Maltese government offensive against Daphne Project
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemned the smear campaign launched
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder investigation involves other EU states
The investigation into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder now involves a
Protest calling for ‘Justice and Truth’ to be held on Sunday 
Two organisations are organising a protest on Sunday afternoon
Kurt Farrugia accused of distorting PEN International’s call for justice 
PEN International have accused the Maltese government spokesperson Kurt

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