El Hiblu 3: ‘It takes courage to stand up for human rights’
Yet another witness testifying in the three-year long case
Beyond the euphoria – Noel Grima
After the euphoria and the back-slapping, maybe it is
The big manifesto crunch: what are parties in opposition proposing?
In the interest of preserving The Shift’s role as
Disgraced former prisons director to receive €103,000 annual salary for new role
Retired Colonel Alex Dalli, forced out of his job
A Maltese Christmas carol
Last night, many of us celebrated Christmas Eve with
EU ‘complicit’ in secretive Libyan prison and shadow immigration systems
An investigation by The New Yorker has shone a light
Malta’s prison-to-prison pipeline: a community living in terror
One of the leaders of Malta’s community for Sudanese
Court’s ‘chief security officer’ harasses journalist, demands phone to delete photos
The Shift journalist Julian Delia was harassed outside the
UN: pushbacks violate human rights, are incompatible with state obligations
Migrant pushbacks result in human rights violations and are
‘Political will to enact change has never been more urgent’
More than 500 lives have been lost so far
Italy: Journalists’ phones wiretapped by prosecutors
A number of Italian journalists had their phones wiretapped
Migration, rule of law and equality among European Commission priorities
On 16 September, President of the European Commission Ursula
Malta risks losing €5 million EU funds for ‘unbuilt’ migrant centre, PM to detain migrants offshore
The government’s delay in building a €7 million migrant
Neville Gafa’ calls out Foreign Minister’s post on Libya
A post by Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo thanking
Prime Minister given evidence of inquiry 5 days before he was questioned
One of the things that emerge from scrutiny of
Chamber of Advocates slams Labour media for ‘attack’ directed at lawyer
The Chamber of Advocates has called out Labour Party
No clear answers on ‘offshore prisons’ amid concerns
International and local human rights NGOs are calling on
Relatives of asylum seekers who died at sea file judicial protest against Abela
The relatives of two asylum-seekers who died at sea
‘Maltese army endangered lives of asylum seekers’ – report
The Armed Forces of Malta (AFM) endangered the lives
Quid pro quo
Robert Abela was consultant extraordinaire to former Prime Minister
The migration issue: the complexities left out of Bartolo’s pie charts
Days after the closure of Malta’s ports resulted in
Are sea rescue NGOs really a pull factor for migration?
Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo took to Facebook last
A hierarchy of rights 
In many places across the world, we are witnessing
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
Surge in racist and hate speech online following government decisions
Online hate has surfaced repeatedly over the past few
Injections of disinfectant can cushion your brain
The supposed Leader of the Free World tried his
Stoking the fire 
Just like his predecessor, Maltese Prime Minister Robert Abela

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