‘If we remain silent and divided, we will all choke’
In his address to citizens gathered to pay tribute
Government move to limit freedom of information ‘illegal’
The Prime Minister’s defence of Minister Konrad Mizzi’s clear
‘Daphne was right’ is the message marking 13 months since she was killed
‘Daphne was right’ appeared on banners and graffiti overnight
Belgian football club bought by Malta-registered company raided by police
Belgian police have raided the premises of a top flight
Occupy Justice demands police investigation on 17 Black
Activists from Occupy Justice lodged a formal report calling
Slovak journalists protest against former Prime Minister’s threats
Former Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico’s latest threat to
Press freedom NGOs urge Malta to adopt UN recommendations
A coalition of five press freedom NGOs urged the
European Parliament special committee calls for ‘phasing out’ of golden visa schemes
Malta’s cash-for-passport scheme has once again been described as
Malta told to increase journalists’ protection at UN human rights review
The Malta delegation led by Minister for EU Affairs
UPDATED: ‘World Forum for Democracy’ dedicated to Daphne Caruana Galizia
The city of Strasbourg yesterday organised the World Forum
Italian journalists respond to political attack with nationwide protests
Italian journalists organised protests across the country yesterday against
Human Rights experts call for resignations related to 17 Black
Corrupt politicians foster a corrupt nation and it is
German authorities asked to investigate Siemens’ role in bribery allegations
German authorities have been requested to investigate bribery in
OSCE support for Times of Malta’s refusal to disclose sources
The Times of Malta’s refusal to disclose its source
Casa: ‘Lack of anti-money laundering enforcement serious and systemic’
MEP David Casa has flagged the latest revelations on
Italy accuses Malta of providing migrants with fuel instead of rescuing them
The Italian government has once again accused Malta of
‘Government should not fan the flames of hate and violence’ – Naomi Klein
A year ago the murder of an investigative journalist
17 Black owner identified as Electrogas director Yorgen Fenech
The owner of the elusive Dubai-registered company 17 Black
‘Sophia’ now selling Moldova citizenship for Henley & Partners
At the annual Global Residence and Citizenship Conference by
Matthew Caruana Galizia wins Reporters Without Borders’ prize for ‘Impact’
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) honoured Maltese journalist Matthew Caruana
European Commission warns Malta to step up supervision of banks
The European Commission has demanded that the Maltese anti-money laundering
Minister of Censorship in the midst of the European Capital of Culture
Reżistenza Malta activists pinned the Justice Minister’s face next
No man’s land: Square around protest memorial site also blocked off
The barricade surrounding the Great Siege monument that served
Golden Victoria award for Daphne Caruana Galizia and Ján Kuciak
The Association of German Magazine Publishers (VDZ) has honoured
Cyprus says investigations into Maria Efimova unrelated to Maltese case
Cypriot authorities have told the Council of Europe that
The mafia’s new outposts
Italy’s most powerful organised crime network, the ‘Ndrangheta, has
Ramona Frendo, is it really what you know or who you know?
The choice of the Labour Party’s political candidate Ramona
UNESCO launches Truth Never Dies campaign
The Shift News has teamed up with UNESCO to
Illegal hunting hits new heights
A flamingo was shot on Friday while another disappeared
‘Impunity prospering in Malta’ – International Federation of Journalists
The case of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia highlights

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