‘When a journalist dies, a whole chunk of democracy dies’ – Sandro Ruotolo
Renowned Italian journalist Sandro Ruotolo has condemned the Maltese
Worse than Mongolia but better than Germany
One fine February day, eight months before Daphne Caruana
Casa and Gomes refuse to meet brothers accused of journalist’s death
PN MEP David Casa and former Socialist MEP Ana
‘We don’t need heroes’
Anti-mafia organisation Libera dedicated its Ragusa chapter to slain
Malta loses points for political rights and civil liberties in Freedom House report
Malta has come under criticism for the “inefficiency” of
Concern after journalist, 29, killed in Northern Ireland
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has expressed concern about reports
Brothers accused of Daphne Caruana Galizia murder granted bail in money laundering case
The two brothers accused of murdering journalist Daphne Caruana
‘You can’t kill the messenger because you don’t like the message’ – OSCE
“With the systematic denigration of the press, more and
Impunity is the name of the game
The closing remarks of the Council of Europe’s Special
WATCH: When the State whips up a cycle of hate against its critics
Daphne Caruana Galizia had been a target of hate
International press freedom NGOs slam attempts to silence journalist with arrest
Time Magazine’s Person of the Year 2018, Maria Ressa,
Amnesty delivers 45,000 signatures calling for ‘justice for Daphne’
Amnesty International Italy delivered over 45,000 signatures to the
Global media back call for UN to adopt convention on safety of journalists
A coalition involving the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ),
Why all the flowers go
Another vigil, another clean sweep of the flowers and
‘It is when institutions fail that journalists become vulnerable’
Journalists who unearth wrongdoing are endangered when the institutions
OSCE Media Freedom Representative welcomes judgment for press freedom
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has
The elephant in the room
A video that went viral today on social media
‘What happened to the masterminds?’
At the vigil marking 16 months since the assassination
WATCH: Super Bowl ad in defence of press freedom – ‘Knowing keeps us free’
The Washington Post, whose columnist Jamal Khashoggi was assassinated
Journalists’ association joins international condemnation of attacks on The Shift News
The Institute of Maltese Journalists (IĠM) has joined international
Love locks for your country, truth and justice
Activist group Kenniesa placed 40 poinsettias at the foot
€8,000 donation to women’s shelter from book on Daphne Caruana Galizia
Women’s shelter Dar Merħba Bik today received a donation
Better to hide than save the day
“I didn’t like all his songs, but John Lennon
Political ownership of the media must end
The problem with addressing risk factors in the media
Further and final request for public inquiry
The family of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, has
‘Daphne was right’ is the message marking 13 months since she was killed
‘Daphne was right’ appeared on banners and graffiti overnight
‘We are Daphne’: New music video pays tribute to slain journalists
It has been a year since Daphne Caruana Galizia
Disinformation Watch #22: Chris Cardona gets his knickers in a twist
Last week’s revelations involving Economy Minister Chris Cardona triggered
Malta for Dummies #6: The minister of economical truth
In Malta, where everything is upside down and topsy-turvy,
Former Labour deputy leader, now judge, was Pierre Darmanin’s lawyer
The former deputy leader of the Labour Party who