Does Neville Gafa live in the Libyan embassy?
Neville Gafa was “operating under Libyan jurisdiction” when he
‘Political will to enact change has never been more urgent’
More than 500 lives have been lost so far
Maltese government’s actions ‘jeopardising right to life’ – Human Rights Commissioner
The Maltese government has been criticised for “being unresponsive
Recall from China was a ‘coincidence’, new ambassador insists
The newly appointed non-resident Ambassador to Qatar, Joseph Pirotta,
Retired diplomat recalled over visas scandal now made ambassador
Senior members of Malta’s diplomatic corps are stunned at
Government buys COVID-19 ventilators from ‘Tiger King’ and an arms dealer
The bulk of expenses on ventilators – some €3
Respect human rights? It depends…
Late last month, our justice minister announced the government’s
Neville Gafa’ calls out Foreign Minister’s post on Libya
A post by Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo thanking
Court dismisses case against Gafa’s extra overtime pay on technicality
Neville Gafa’ has won a legal battle to keep
Malta caught in diplomatic quarrel over seized counterfeit money to Libya
Malta has been caught in a diplomatic tug of
Prime Minister given evidence of inquiry 5 days before he was questioned
One of the things that emerge from scrutiny of
Darren and Gordon Debono feature in criminal complaint filed against Swiss trader who smuggled Libya oil
Trial International, a non governmental organisation fighting impunity for
Flights from Russia, Libya, US flew to Malta for pact on Libya – report
Delegates from Russia, Libya, the United States, Turkey and
Another €160,000 in government contracts to arms company
Information tabled in parliament on Wednesday revealed that an
Over €1 million in direct orders to James Fenech’s firearms company in 4 years
The company owned by arms dealer James Fenech has
Court order reveals names of those charged with busting Libya sanctions
Two brothers are among the four charged with violating
The real game in the migrant saga
Is it legal, the way that Malta is treating
The snake in the grass
The “wave of racism” spreading across the country does
Human trafficking on pirate island
The Muscat Regime was like a cross between King
From arms to riches: the rise of James Fenech
From a shop in Mellieha’s Parish Square, which neighbours
Stoking the fire 
Just like his predecessor, Maltese Prime Minister Robert Abela
‘Don’t pay for public health with people’s lives’ – doctors tell Robert Abela
Updated with the new number of signatories to letter
‘A terrible day for Malta, human rights and our nation’s legacy’ – NGOs
Updated with civil society group Repubblika’s announcement on court
Neville Gafa and Operation Sophia
Former OPM official Neville Gafa’ decided to challenge claims
Neville Gafa saying he ‘saved thousands of lives’ raises eyebrows
Neville Gafa’s statement that in court that he “saved
Neville Gafà and Keith Schembri spoke about everything and nothing at all
Neville Gafà justified his posts on social media targeting
MFSA intervenes to block Gordon Debono’s second court-laundering scam
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has stepped in
Lawyers get €60,000 each in case that led to Gordon Debono moving €1 million
Maltese lawyer Robert Montalto and Cypriot lawyer Ionnis Moditis
Refugee Commissioner has no opinion on Gafa’s secret migrant deal with Libya
The Commissioner for Refugees, Roberta Buhagiar, has no opinion
Dodging the truth on pushback
“I was mistaken when it comes to the pushback,”