UN investigation confirms Khashoggi killed by Saudi officials
An international inquiry into the murder of Saudi journalist
Forty years of State lies: RSF reveals leaked Iran file on persecution of critics
Over 850 journalists and citizen-journalists were prosecuted, arrested, imprisoned
Crisis of confidence in Huawei continues with impending Canada ban
Things are not going well for Chinese telecommunications giant
Reporters Without Borders named Dan David Prize winner
International press freedom organisation Reporters Without Borders won the
Heritage Malta asks to be given Villa Frere to ‘preserve for future generations’
The historical, architectural, horticultural and ecological value of Villa
Government refuses to publish secret deal to transfer prime public land
The government should immediately publish the secret Memorandum of
Partit Demokratiku to file objection on development in Villa Frere area
Partit Demokratiku (PD) said it will be filing an
Tough measures axed in EU report on cash-for-passport schemes
The European Commission’s report on cash-for-passport schemes that called
‘Democracy is in retreat’ – Freedom House report
Democracy is declining across the world in a pattern
‘EU must take action to stop the silencing of the press’
Justin Borg-Barthet, a senior lecturer in EU Law at
WATCH: Super Bowl ad in defence of press freedom – ‘Knowing keeps us free’
The Washington Post, whose columnist Jamal Khashoggi was assassinated
Another black mark against Malta on visas
This week the National Audit Office (NAO) published a
The world reacts while Malta continues to look the other way
The very first person to be charged in the
European Commission ‘does not endorse’ Malta’s citizenship scheme
The European Commission could not have been clearer in
Democracy was 2018’s biggest loser
Following something of a 2018 trend, Malta has registered
Malta registers sharp decline in global corruption index
Malta is among 16 countries to significantly decrease their
Malta Finance Minister approves €2m direct order on money laundering
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna, who complained he could not
Finance Minister promotes passport scheme at Henley and Partners’ launch
In the wake of a report by the European
Investment banker extradited for helping clients defraud tax authorities
A former employee of Mossack Fonesca has been extradited
Still stranded at sea after 7 days despite European cities opening their ports
“In Libya, militias forced me to work 12 hours
Shocking new findings predict more plastic than fish in our seas
We are facing a not too distant future where
Huawei presents ‘mortal danger’ to open societies
The World Economic Forum at Davos received a stark
New parents in Malta set to benefit most from work life balance measures
Malta is one of the Member States that will
European Commission questioned on its action on rule of law in Malta
Questions tabled at the European Parliament on Thursday have
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sons appeal for effective solutions to organised crime
Law enforcement authorities should follow journalism’s lead and urgently
Son of murdered journalist warns World Economic Forum about harassment
The lack of action on the harassment faced by
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death marked new trend – report
There is a distinct lack of awareness among decision
‘We don’t need to wait for a total collapse to fight corruption’ – Matthew Caruana Galizia
International law enforcement is not keeping up with global
Malta places poorly in expat safety survey
Malta ranks as the 38th safest country for expats

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