‘Shoulder political responsibility for Daphne’s assassination’
Calls for political responsibility to be shouldered for the
Posters mark fifth month since Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder
A group of #resistenza activists have placed placards on
IT lawyers say right to be forgotten ‘is not an absolute right’
The Malta IT Law Association (MITLA) expressed deep concern
Music festival in aid of YMCA to be held in Valletta
A music festival in aid of YMCA will see
All the way to Berlin: Calls for justice five months since Daphne’s assassination
Activist group Il-Kenniesa has teamed up with German NGO
‘The People’s Playlist’ for the Prime Minister ‘to listen’
Activists campaigning for justice will again hold events to
Now Prague: Thousands protest after President’s attack on media
Thousands of people gathered in Prague’s main square again
EU Commission to launch rule of law monitoring mechanism
The European Commission will be launching a mechanism that
Proposal to enshrine environmental protection in Constitution ‘sounds great, means nothing’
The government’s proposal to enshrine environmental protection in the
New venture launched to focus on ‘those in danger of neglect’
A new venture in corporate social advocacy has been
UPDATED: European Commission considering law to protect journalists
Updated to include the statement by MEP David Casa
Charles Miceli: An ambassador of the most vulnerable 
The sudden death of Charles Miceli has shocked many
Civil society organisations call for end of culture of impunity
Civil Society Network, Occupy Justice, il-Kenniesa and l-Awturi publicly
Charles Miceli dies aged 68
Anti-poverty campaigner and former journalist Charles Miceli has passed
Caruana Galizia murder investigation ‘a disaster unfolding in slow motion’ 
The son of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia likened
Petition objecting to increase of tuna pens in St.Paul’s Bay launched
A petition urging Parliament to stop the operators of
No whistleblower protection for anti-money laundering investigator
The shifting of goalposts that has occurred in the
More than 10 court judgments deleted from public record – Minister
There are around 10 court judgments that have been
Updated: Judgment on student lawyer deleted from government web site
The judgment on the case involving one of two
Arrest in Nepal for trafficking of workers to Malta
An education consultancy operator was arrested in Kathmandu, Nepal,
17 NGOs call for EU action to protect journalists
IN FULL: Joint open letter to Mr Jean-Claude Juncker,
Daphne Caruana Galizia memorial on the map
Activists have hit back at attempts to silence calls
WATCH: Malta’s cash for passport scheme under scrutiny
Schemes such as Malta’s Individual Investor Programme (IIP), are
Daphne Caruana Galizia memorial removed
All traces of the memorial dedicated to journalist Daphne
Fast-paced economic growth leading to poor standards – employers
Increased opportunity resulting from fast-paced economic growth is leading
Hostile attitude towards journalists is eroding media freedom in Malta – Reporters without Borders
The hostile attitude towards the media in Malta displayed
Malta and Kazakhstan share new link: Henley and Partners
Henley and Partners, the private concessionaires awarded a multimillion-euro
The new shock doctrine
Questions must be asked at a European level, answers
Mystery Maltese professor investigated by FBI still missing
More details have emerged about Joseph Mifsud, the enigmatic

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