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Prime minister Robert Abela misled journalists asking about the
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Labour Party supporter Joseph Mary Borg was remanded in
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Magistrate raps Yorgen Fenech’s defence team for attempting to discredit son of slain journalist
Magistrate Rachel Montebello had to intervene several times in
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The dishonesty of double standards
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Water, mints, breaks: Melvin Theuma strains through first sitting since stabbing
It was the first time that the courtroom heard
Public inquiry judges slam lawyer’s ‘offensive’ political narrative accusations
The inquiry board investigating the assassination of journalist Daphne
Standard deviation
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Joseph Cushieri sure was a big spender. The problem
‘The public inquiry will go on till the end,’ protesters tell Prime Minister
“The inquiry will go on till the end” and
Louis Grech denies links with Brian Tonna under oath, despite former business ties
Former Deputy Prime Minister Louis Grech on Friday denied
Doctor’s testimony contradicts what Keith Schembri told court
The version of events given by the Fenech family
Court orders investigation into leaked recordings of Melvin Theuma tapes
Magistrate Rachel Montebello on Thursday ordered an investigation into
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Contrary to testimonies made by former economic crimes unit
Montenegro government ‘sloppy’ in its cover up of corruption in wind farm deal
Srdjan Milic, an independent Montenegrin MP who has written
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International press freedom NGO Reporters Without Borders has “unfortunately”
Sim cards used in Caruana Galizia’s murder purchased end of 2016
The three hitmen charged with the murder of Daphne
State witness was ‘living in fear’ of being the scapegoat in journalist’s murder
The burden of his involvement in the murder of
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A mysterious photograph, a death threat, a mobile phone
Another €160,000 in government contracts to arms company
Information tabled in parliament on Wednesday revealed that an

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