Casa and Gomes refuse to meet brothers accused of journalist’s death
PN MEP David Casa and former Socialist MEP Ana
European court rules against disgraced former Commissioner John Dalli
The European Court of Justice has concluded that there
A downward spiral: Global decline in democracy ‘most acute in Europe’
Elected leaders in democratic countries have made “explicit attempts
‘We won’t forget journalists who have been silenced’ – IPI World Congress
“When journalists are targeted, societies as a whole pay
Truth slips: Is the Egrant inquiry the worst kept secret in town?
In the response filed in court by three Ministers
The world remembers Tiananmen Square
Thirty years ago today, the Chinese government ordered soldiers
Faulty wiring: Mizzi’s ‘sinister’ Electrogas deal
The Electrogas deal has been described as a “highly
Report addresses ‘worrying’ trends of online mobs peddling hate
Malta has a problem with “xenophobic, homophobic and political
Former AUM staff member says project was ‘designed to fail’
A former staff member of the American University of
250 arrests for help to migrants – report
Over the last five years, at least 250 people
‘Inadvisable, underhand deal’ on Malta’s public hospitals
Minister Konrad Mizzi struck an “inadvisable, underhand deal with
UPDATED: International community reacts to scathing report on Malta
Updated to include the government’s reaction. “Evil tends to
‘It’s time to start an independent public inquiry’ – CoE Special Rapporteur
The Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights within
International NGOs call for support of Council of Europe report on Malta
Eight leading press freedom and human rights watchdogs have
Five Liberian Central Bank officials in court in scandal involving Crane Currency
Five officials from the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL)
‘A prevailing culture of impunity’
The Council of Europe’s report “paints a very worrying
‘What happens in Malta, stays in Malta’
“Letterbox companies, corruption, contract killings and restrictions on the
‘Lack of media freedom is the first sign of a dictatorship’ – Pope Francis
Pope Francis spoke of the “pain” of hearing statistics
Big fish in a small pond
The permit given by the Planning Authority to Azzopardi
Reporters Without Borders calls for PACE monitoring procedures on Malta
Leading international press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
‘No adequate protective measures for Daphne Caruana Galizia’ – report
“The Mafia is a systematic threat to press freedom,”
Indiscriminate use of tear gas against against citizens, journalists in Albania
Anti-government protests have continued in the Albanian capital of
Egrant inquiry: Does the public have the right to know?
The court today denied the Opposition Leader’s request to
UPDATED: Infiorata flowers repurposed for Daphne Caruana Galizia protest memorial
Activists from Occupy Justice last night transported flowers from
‘No action’ in Malta on criminal network smuggling protected birds from Italy
A crackdown on an organised network responsible for the
Spotlight on threats against journalists in Malta in European report
“Burned in effigy. Insulted. Menaced. Spat at. Discredited by
Muscat tells EU leaders that he will protect rule of law… seriously
The Maltese government yesterday signed the Sibiu Declaration, at
UK Parliament hears of ‘inadequacy of investigations’ into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder
Barrister Caoilfhionn Gallagher has called on the British government
Turkish court drops prison sentence against Paradise Papers journalist
An Appeals Court in Turkey has overturned the prison

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