Prosecution demands 25 year prison sentence for masterminds in Jan Kuciak’s murder case
The prosecution in the case of murdered journalist Jan
Kurt Farrugia to the rescue
At the public inquiry into the assassination of Daphne
Activists slam law enforcement officials for protecting those in power
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s warning against the people who are
Former Economic Crimes Unit chief admits to police inaction on scandals
The second testimony of Ian Abdilla, the former head
The woman who will not be forgotten
As each testimony in the ongoing court trial on
Conviction of prominent journalist in the Philippines condemned
Amal Clooney and Caoilfhionn Gallagher QC have expressed condemnation
‘Malta needs an umbrella investigation into corruption and journalist’s murder’
Malta needs an umbrella investigation that combines strengths across
Weak response to Charles Mercieca’s ‘treachery’ – Giovanni Bonello
A former judge at the European Court of Human
Lawyer’s shift from AG’s office to Yorgen Fenech’s defence team ‘points to collusion’
The timing of lawyer Charles Mercieca’s transition from public
US Embassy presents award to Caroline Muscat on World Press Freedom Day
The US Embassy paid tribute to murdered journalist Daphne
‘Pandemic or not, we will never stop’ – international NGOs’ call for justice
A number of International Press Freedom organisations started their
The consequence of Joseph Muscat
Since Joseph Muscat came to power in 2013, with
Looking at Malta from a distance
In 2015 I decided to take my first year-long
Slovak charged with Jan Kuciak’s murder jailed for 19 years for forgery
A prominent Slovak businessman charged with commissioning the murders
Harsh libel judgments are a disservice to journalism in Malta
The high financial damages inflicted on The Sunday Times
‘A radical and ridiculous change’
“You are born with the right to protest. Nobody
Kuciak family immediately suspected businessman Marian Kočner
The first week of the trial of the four
Government targets journalist dismissed by Times of Malta
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici has joined MPs and government
Reporters Without Borders reacts to government’s denial of access to journalist on Republic Day
Reporters Without Borders have reacted strongly to journalist Caroline
The King of Kickbackistan goes full dictator
Joseph Muscat hasn’t just stopped speaking to journalists. Now
In the name of the people… Go!
In one of Malta’s darkest weeks, as Europe (and
‘The Maltese can get through this stronger, prouder than before’ – Omtzigt
The sudden, unexpected release without charge of the Prime
Slovak politician and Judge resign over links to Jan Kuciak’s murder suspect
Martin Glvac, the Vice President of the Parliament of
You will not get away with murder
Guest commentary by Annie Game, Executive Director of IFEX,
Two years after Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination, the world reacts
On the two-year anniversary of the assassination of Daphne
Breaking their rules – Megan Mallia
Guest commentary by Megan Mallia, niece of assassinated journalist
One year on, Saudi journalist’s murder haunts kingdom
One year ago, Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi walked into
A stillborn inquiry
This week British members of parliament railed against their
‘McMafia’ author questions contract killing of Maltese journalist
The most extraordinary thing about Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder