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Ján Kuciak would have been 32 years old today.
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Nobel Peace Prize shows vital role journalism plays in peace and democracy
The award of the Nobel Peace Prize to two
People’s Tribunal will indict governments over failure to convict journalists’ murderers
A group of leading media organisations have launched a
Freedom House: government use of spyware creates human rights crisis
Governments’ use of spyware technology is increasing, giving them
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Vice-President of the EU Commission for Values and Transparency
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Daphne Caruana Galizia prize for journalism launched for journalists defending democracy
A new annual awards ceremony was launched on Tuesday
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Following the publication of a “confession” video from kidnapped
Latest court decree on Yorgen Fenech articles another blow to journalism
Journalists of The Times of Malta are set to
‘Je suis Charlie’ my foot
It is with great dismay that The Shift team
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A moment that deserves to last
There’s no hyperbole in saying that what happened last
The light of a new dawn
It is The Shift’s third anniversary. It was born
Attempt to bribe journalist highlights weaknesses
The alleged attempt to bribe a Times of Malta
Health Ministry wants apology from journalist or no further replies given
A journalist who wanted to request an interview with
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Věra Jourová stresses importance of journalism amid COVID-19 ‘infodemic’
The unprecedented “infodemic” that emerged during the pandemic has
Your right to know, compromised
Malta has fallen another four places in the World
Harsh libel judgments are a disservice to journalism in Malta
The high financial damages inflicted on The Sunday Times
Maltese journalists told MEPs they fear for their safety
Maltese journalists from six independent media houses told a
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Council of Europe Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt described being
International Forum on Information & Democracy to fight information disorder
Eleven organisations from around the world unveiled the newly

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