‘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,”
Are Maltese Courts enabling Gordon Debono to launder dirty money?
A Maltese Judge has sanctioned the release of €1.5
Will Neville Guffaw have the last laugh?
The worst kept secret in Malta has finally been
‘Someone who saves lives is not a criminal’
A number of online petitions have been launched to
Taxpayers compensate Neville Gafa for being ‘disturbed’
Neville Gafa’s contract with the Foundation for Medical Services
Fleeing the Libyan nightmare
I guess you could say Ahmed El Kayel was
250 arrests for help to migrants – report
Over the last five years, at least 250 people
Removal of rescue missions led to increase in clandestine arrivals in Malta
The Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime published a
Politicians ‘attacking’ NGOs must be held accountable – Sakharov Prize finalists
NGOs operating migrant rescue vessels in the Mediterranean told
Asylum seekers in Malta living in ‘rat-infested conditions’
Asylum seekers, refugees, and detainees are living in “deplorable”
And what have you done?
“Malta has always been the whore of the Mediterranean,”
Still stranded at sea after 7 days despite European cities opening their ports
“In Libya, militias forced me to work 12 hours
Tackling the migration challenge in the central Mediterranean
This is a guest post by Martin Cauchi Inglott
Human trafficking on the rise – UN
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime has
MEPs urged to use their influence to help the 49 stranded at sea
PN Head of Delegation David Casa has called on
Aditus calls on government to open port for safe disembarkation of 49 stranded migrants
Human rights NGO Aditus has called on government to
Report maps presence of Italian mafia in foreign countries, Malta tops list
Malta is the country with the highest number of
18 human rights NGOs’ appeal for men, women and children stranded at sea
The refusal by Malta and other European countries to
#DontLetThemDrown: Human Rights NGOs appeal for safe port for rescued migrants
A coalition of human rights NGOs have expressed their
Rescue vessels heading to Libya condemn EU stand on migration
As the rescue vessel MV Sea-Watch 3 heads to
Disinformation Watch #20: Joseph Muscat at the UN
Last week, Joseph Muscat delivered his annual speech to
‘Europe’s priority is to reduce irregular migration at all cost’ – report
Europe’s priority is to reduce irregular migration regardless of

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