‘Energetic support’ needed against impunity for attacks against journalists
International press freedom organisations have sent an open letter
Maltese ambassador’s speech on media freedom fails to mention journalist’s assassination
The Maltese Ambassador to Austria gave an impassioned speech
Minister under investigation for money laundering says ‘it happens everywhere’
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna has dismissed Malta’s money laundering
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt lists reasons why John Dalli is ‘disgraced’
Updated to include John Dalli’s counter-reply. The author of
Ministers’ ‘abusive language’ against journalists in Malta reported as threat
The “abusive language in regard of The Shift News”
Azerbaijan government accused of targeting journalists in exile
Not content with “the total capture of media” inside
‘Public inquiry will not impinge on ongoing criminal investigation’
Updated to include the statement by the Opposition. It
‘All we are asking is that Malta complies with existing laws’
There has been “no meaningful change” in the way
Online tracker reminds government it’s ‘time to do its job’
An online tracker of the three-month deadline set for
Whose line was it anyway?
Let’s play a game of “Whose Line Was It?”
Muscat protected his friends, not the national interest
While the Maltese government kept insisting that the Council
Worse than Mongolia but better than Germany
One fine February day, eight months before Daphne Caruana
With friends like Azerbaijan…
An op-ed by Rebecca Vincent, Reporters Without Borders UK
PACE adopts report on Malta
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)
Malta backed by Azerbaijan ahead of CoE vote
The call for a public inquiry into the assassination
Reporters Without Borders event to support Council of Europe report on Malta
As the report by the Council of Europe’s Special
‘We are not enemies of Malta’
Joseph Muscat’s government is faced with an opportunity to
You can protest, you are free(ish)
“Freedom of the press comes down to this: The
‘The government is deliberately acting in bad faith’ – law professor
Law professor Kevin Aquilina agrees with the Council of
‘We won’t forget journalists who have been silenced’ – IPI World Congress
“When journalists are targeted, societies as a whole pay
Faulty wiring: Mizzi’s ‘sinister’ Electrogas deal
The Electrogas deal has been described as a “highly
Mirror, mirror, on the wall
These days, it seems the Maltese public is doing
‘Inadvisable, underhand deal’ on Malta’s public hospitals
Minister Konrad Mizzi struck an “inadvisable, underhand deal with
UPDATED: International community reacts to scathing report on Malta
Updated to include the government’s reaction. “Evil tends to
‘It’s time to start an independent public inquiry’ – CoE Special Rapporteur
The Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights within
International NGOs call for support of Council of Europe report on Malta
Eight leading press freedom and human rights watchdogs have
‘A prevailing culture of impunity’
The Council of Europe’s report “paints a very worrying