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Justice delayed is justice denied.

This morning, it emerged that EUROPOL had raised concerns about the Maltese police’s handling of the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia. Europol executive director, Rob Wainwright, said that not only was there “room for improvement” in cooperation between EUROPOL and the Malta Police, but also revealed that multiple countries are now involved in investigating the murder. 244 more words

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Dunja Mijatovic: Europa har pligt til at beskytte journalister mod drab

Politiken bringer torsdag et indlæg af Dunja Mijatovic, Europarådets kommissær for menneskerettigheder. Hun påpeger både manglende ytringsfrihed i Europa, og hvor farligt arbejdet som journalist er. 143 more words

EU to Check on Money Laundering Moves in Malta, Journalist’s Murder

The European Union’s justice commissioner said on Monday she will visit Malta in the coming weeks to look at its anti-money laundering moves and check on how an investigation is going into the murder of an investigative journalist. 450 more words

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Maltese politicians face pressure over $1.6m paid to offshore firms

Email links Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembris Panama firms to plan for pair of Dubai entities

Two resulting Maltese politicians are facing mounting pressure amid revelations that $1.6 m was paid to an anonymous Dubai company identified as one of two” target clients” of their own offshore companies in Panama. 1,020 more words



Dear Hon. Bartolo,

When allegations spring up in the media, public officials resign, pending the outcome of an investigation. The whole point of resigning is to make way for the whole truth to emerge without suspicions of tampering. 391 more words

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Memo to the Guardian: Deal with reality, please. If the corrupt kills a journalist, there will be no replacement. Tough talk when an industry collapsed isn't productive.

If you are going to make a threat, make sure reality backs you up.

In this case, it doesn’t.

Journalism is a dead profession. The job losses and outlet closures are coming fast and furious. 181 more words

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Vinally Valletta

The last place I visited during my trip to Malta was the capital, Valletta.  It was in a bit of disarray because it was between the dismantling of temporary lighting and seating equipment from the opening of its European City of Culture calendar of events and finishing off some of the permanent improvements made as a result of this award. 338 more words