No list of people who require protection – Former police chief Peter Paul Zammit
There is no list or documentation of people who
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Head of Malta Developer’s Association Sandro Chetcuti had an
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Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has been selected as
Freedom of speech top priority for Maltese – Eurobarometer
Malta was one of the top countries in the
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Hundreds of people holding candles and photos stood in
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Malta’s capital city was seemingly split into two parallel
Maltese in Brussels call for PM’s resignation
The Maltese community in Brussels stood today in front
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Valletta was once again packed with thousands of people
Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi resigns, Economy Minister Cardona ‘suspends himself’
Following a long cabinet meeting held at the Office
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Thousands of protestors gathered in Valletta for the third
Caruana Galizia family insists Prime Minister step back from investigation
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The assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia was a hit
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Last Saturday’s environmental protest brought together many different parts
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Such was the rush to appoint the new judges
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A new threat of possible legal action against Malta-based
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At the annual Global Residence and Citizenship Conference by
‘Impunity prospering in Malta’ – International Federation of Journalists
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Judge Antonio Mizzi can hear Panama Papers appeal, Simon Busuttil to take case to Strasbourg
The constitutional court upheld arguments made by former Opposition
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International press freedom organisations have urged the Maltese government
Activists warn they will not give up until masterminds behind Daphne’s murder are identified
International press freedom NGOs renewed their calls for justice