Keith Schembri is back in business
A few days ago, Keith Schembri, the chief of
Joseph Muscat’s legacy of failure
As disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat pulls strings
Clues for the clueless
If only we had some clues about Joseph Muscat,
EU court confirms decision to shut down Pilatus Bank
The EU’s highest court today confirmed the legality of
Repubblika: ‘we can’t go back to normal as if nothing is happening’
Facing stormy weather and cold winds, activists from NGO
Our pledge to Daphne Caruana Galizia
Four years after the heinous assassination of Malta’s leading
BOV to stop Mastercard, clients informed Visa is their only option
Thousands of Bank of Valletta clients holding a Mastercard
Malta enabled a money laundering machine
The failings of due diligence in every possible sphere
Financial authorities’ handling of Pilatus Bank leads to international dispute
The infamous Pilatus Bank has received renewed scrutiny throughout
Pilatus Bank: too little, too late
The FIAU has fined shuttered money-launderette Pilatus Bank €4.9
Member of Azerbaijani ruling family linked to billion-euro money laundering scheme
Two members of Azerbaijan’s ruling Aliyev family have been
SLAPPs are misuse of justice systems aimed at intimidation of journalists, EP report says
Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation constitute a misuse of
Bitter medicine
Clyde Caruana, Malta’s finance minister, has scuttled off to
PwC drops ethical concerns as prospect of Pilatus Bank funds looms
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the major ‘big four’ audit
Parallel scandals
The former prime minister was sentenced to 12 years
Are Maltese courts being used to settle Turkey’s political games?
The Maltese courts will decide on the case of
‘Los Chamos’, Malta, a Swiss banker and Venezuelan corruption
Matthias Krull a former Swiss banker who worked for
Former Attorney General defends inaction on major political scandals
Former Attorney General Peter Grech defended his decision to
Maltese law academic publishes paper for ‘urgent’ reform of EU defamation law
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet on Tuesday published an
Promises to conclude investigations into Pilatus Bank ‘too little, too late’
The Malta Police Commissioner’s recent revelations, after concluding investigations
US court grants Ali Sadr new trial, reversing guilty conviction
A US court has granted a motion for a
Prosecution in Ali Sadr’s case says it did not act in bad faith when dropping case
The prosecution in the case of Ali Sadr Hasheminejad’s
It’s time for Europol to intervene
The brutal killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia will not
It looks bad because it is bad
“It looks bad, but it’s not.” So said Edward
Judge demands clear answers from US government on Ali Sadr case
A US District Judge has issued a strongly worded
US financial crime consultant questions legality of Ali Sadr’s release
A US financial crime consultant is questioning the legality
Call for Ali Sadr’s extradition to Malta after US government drops case
The US government has dropped its case against Iranian
Ali Sadr’s legal defence team asks for extension to file post-trial motions
Ali Sadr’s legal defence team has requested an extension

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