Court confirms Lino Cauchi butchered in political murder, 41 years later
Updated to include the Cauchi family’s appeal for the
They’re not working, are they?
A young girl and boy were orphaned yesterday. Their
Degiorgio brothers sentenced to 40 years imprisonment after stunning court with turnaround guilty plea
Brothers Alfred and George Degiorgio have each been sentenced
Getting away with murder
Another 16th has come. Next month marks five years
Remembering them
On 5 January the mother of Justin Plette posted
Who took those photos?
Four days ago, in London, two Metropolitan Police officers
Black Boxes
I almost skipped writing an article this week. Arguments
The Electrogas hockey stick
The EU could end up helping accused murderer Yorgen
People’s Tribunal will indict governments over failure to convict journalists’ murderers
A group of leading media organisations have launched a
Slovak journalists to face charges for revealing spy-for-hire in Jan Kuciak case
Two journalists from Slovak independent media platform Dennik N
Forty-seven months
It’s been almost four years since the brutal assassination
ECHR finds Russia failed to investigate assassination of journalist Natalia Estemirova
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that
Conscience of the State
President George Vella and his conscience are in the
Sleeping with the fishes
The publication of the conclusions of the public inquiry
Whose interests are being served?
Malta’s rusted wheels of justice have clanked and squealed
Speak up now, Yorgen Fenech
It’s taken far too long, but finally, it’s been
‘Groundbreaking confirmation of the role political propaganda played in her death’
An extensive, six-month investigation by The Shift into the
Once, we had a country
Once, we had a country – until Joseph Muscat
The rule of delinquents confirmed
As Robert Abela, prime minister and former adviser to
This fish rotted from the head down
There’s no proof that the government killed Daphne Caruana
Public inquiry findings: ‘Historic opportunity to ensure real change for the safety of journalists’
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family has said the public inquiry
Murderers in government: Labour’s poisonous legacy
The Maltese state is responsible for the assassination of
Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
Horror on a loop
As the islands face yet another monumental crisis, Maltese
Abusing the bereaved
Glenn Bedingfield, in his latest parliamentary streak of callousness,
The sixteenth of every month
Wednesday marked 44 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was

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