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‘Our grief must turn to anger’
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Updated to include support statement from the Chamber of
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Guest commentary by the Malta Producers Association rebutting the
Slovak charged with Jan Kuciak’s murder jailed for 19 years for forgery
A prominent Slovak businessman charged with commissioning the murders
Opposition files Bill to protect journalists from SLAPP, again
The Opposition has put forward a draft law in
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Ivan Camilleri files libel against Media Today managing editor Saviour Balzan
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Malta Producers Association calls for immediate resignation of Film Commissioner
The association of film producers has called for the
Film Commission pushes select local film companies, excluding others
The Malta Film Commission is leaving out many local
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Police commissioner should be chosen by parliament – Pieter Omtzigt
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Calls for Assange’s freedom increase as extradition hearing starts in London
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Citizens gather in London ahead of Julian Assange’s extradition hearing
Hundreds of people gathered in London on Saturday in
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Tributes and remembrance ceremonies on two-year mark of Jan Kuciak murder
Tributes were paid and ceremonies of remembrance were held
Neville Gafa saying he ‘saved thousands of lives’ raises eyebrows
Neville Gafa’s statement that in court that he “saved
‘Yorgen Fenech was hoping laptop would be given to Maltese police’
Middleman Melvin Theuma was concerned that his role in
Hope to despair: Human rights activist released only to be rearrested on different charges
International NGOs have strongly condemned the rearrest of Turkish
Neville Gafà and Keith Schembri spoke about everything and nothing at all
Neville Gafà justified his posts on social media targeting
Public Inquiry Board warns PM’s staff: ‘We’re troubled by your lack of credibility’
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