Malta government only paying ‘lip service’ to its human rights obligations, UN hears
Leading international press freedom and human rights organisations raised
A Tale of Two Maltas
We’ve never had it so good. We’ve never had
Rule of law and press freedom in Malta criticised by UN Human Rights Council
The Maltese government has come under significant criticism for
Nothing to see here
According to Finance Minister Edward Scicluna, Malta’s financial services
Thousands take to the streets in Montenegro against corruption
On Saturday, over 10,000 Montenegrins protested in the capital
European civil liberties NGOs brand Labour Party ‘anti-EU’ ahead of elections
A Europe-wide campaign being waged by human rights organisations prior
Wash your dirty linen at home
“Wash your dirty linen at home.” It’s something we’ve
International press freedom organisations demand ‘justice for Ján’
Leading international press freedom organisations representing thousands of journalists
Unfinished lives: A year since journalist Ján Kuciak was murdered
Almost a year ago, journalist Ján Kuciak and his
Disinformation Watch #31: On calls for votes for those who ‘love the country’
For anyone “to come here and give the impression
Yorgen Fenech named as owner of gaming company involved in ‘criminal network’
Yorgen Fenech, owner of 17 Black, has been accused
Malta exposed: A hub for the ‘laundering’ of prized Bluefin tuna worth millions
Andreina Fenech Farrugia, the Director General of the Fisheries
Googling Joseph Muscat
It was a point of honour, Joseph Muscat said
Shut up and be positive
Just when you thought you’d heard it all –
Which Malta will it be?
“All foreigners who don’t like it can muck off
Corruption destroys unity
Malta’s significant drop in the Corruption Perceptions Index has
Undeserved respect for the judiciary
A legal bid by PN MP Simon Busuttil and
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
Malta and the laundering of Azeri money
Forbes, one of the world’s leading business magazines, has
‘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
Journalists’ association joins international condemnation of attacks on The Shift News
The Institute of Maltese Journalists (IĠM) has joined international
MEPs back plan to freeze funds for countries who undermine rule of law
The European Parliament has backed the European Commission’s proposal
The big sell out #4: Putting the ‘global’ in Vitals Global Healthcare, off Malta’s back
Key findings: When Vitals Global Healthcare (VGH) turned up
The Shift facing cyber attack after revelations on hospitals deal
The Shift News is experiencing a vicious cyber attack
Enemies of reason
Someone really should have told Kanye West that he
Danske Bank named as OCCRP’s 2019 Corrupt Actor of the Year
Denmark’s Danske Bank has been awarded the undesirable 2019 Corrupt Actor

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