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The situation IS desperate, dear chairman.

So we’ve come to a point where staying silent is more life threatening than speaking out. When nodding and agreeing constitutes participating in blatant lies and falsehoods. 293 more words


Tales from the Land of Serenity Part 3

Tales from the Land of Serenity’ came into being shortly after the horrific assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta on 16th October 2017. A well-known investigative journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia was blown up by a car bomb, minutes away from her home in Bidnija. 367 more words

Slovak Journalist Jan Kuciak Murdered For His Work

“It’s unacceptable today in the European Union that a journalist can be killed in the course of his work.”

European Parliament President Tajani

“The protection of freedom of speech and the safety of journalists is our common priority and that it is extremely important to my government.”

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Malta: Who killed [Journalist] Daphne Caruana Galizia? Tola Adenle

Top: Memorial at thoroughfare in Old Town Valleta; blogger in 2nd photograph.

Photo Credit: Depo Adenle, Valleta, Malta, January 30, 2018.


‘Who killed Daphne’ projected on facade of Castille – Il-Kenniesa; V18 chief slams initiative… 70 more words


In the pipeline

In the run-up to her death, Daphne Caruana Galizia wrote much about shady dealings between Azerbaijan and members of the Maltese government. These clearly went far beyond a lucrative agreement by which Malta is to be supplied with Caspian Sea liquid gas. 1,122 more words

San Marino

Maltese Investigative Blogger Killed in Car Bomb [UPDATE]

“The best way to think of Daphne Caruana Galizia is as a one-woman WikiLeaks, crusading against untransparency and corruption in Malta, an island nation famous for both.

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