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An analysis of logs and emails show that Italian, Maltese and Libyan authorities responded slowly, insufficiently, or not at all to migrants' pleas for help at sea in a deadly April shipwreck.
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The investigation was carried out by UK, Belgian and Maltese forces and found personal details had been stolen along with millions in cryptocurrencies.
Legal bid seeks to stop Malta's political parties owning TV stations
In a historic case that could change the face of the Maltese media, one independent news outlet is taking on the political establishment to restore impartiality to the airwaves.
European leaders to discuss vaccination speed and immunity passports
It comes amid continued criticism that the vaccination drive has been too sluggish.
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New prime minister Robert Abela has been in power in Malta for a year since his predecessor resigned under public pressure. Critics think not much on the island has changed.
Daphne Caruana Galizia: The fight for truth continues three years on
Investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed when a bomb planted in her car detonated. The fight to uncover the truth behind her murder and closure for her family continues to shake Malta to its foundations.
The Rule of Law: what is it and why is it important?
In recent years, citizens of EU countries have taken to the streets, protesting against what they saw as democratic backsliding. The European Commission has introduced ways to limit regression on rule of law. We explain the issue that is shaking the EU's foundations.
Migrants rescued by Danish tanker 38 days ago transferred to NGO ship
The Mediterranea NGO said however that Malta has refused them access to a port to disembark the migrants.
Middleman in Maltese journalist's murder admits stabbing himself
Police say they found Melvin Theuman in a "spatter of blood" and said that he admitted to harming himself the night before he was due to give evidence.
Ship declares state of emergency after six migrants attempt suicide
The rescue ship Ocean Viking has declared a state of emergency. There are 180 rescued migrants on board.
Analysis: New EU tools to prevent backsliding on the rule of law
So far, the EU's response to assaults on the rule of law was based on infringement procedures, European Court of Justice rulings, and - in the case of Hungary and Poland - the so-called Article 7 process. But now, the EU is introducing new tools.
Conservationists slam Malta over bird hunting during COVID-19 lockdown
"It is incredible how governments in the past and even the ones we have today are spineless," said Mark Sultana, chief executive of Birdlife Malta.
Malta after the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Two years after the journalist's assassination, the Prime minister has changed, the alleged crime sponsor is in jail and people who are calling for the truth hope this will open up a new era for Malta.
The Brief: corruption still a major issue in European Union
Five EU countries do not reach the 50 per cent threshold in the 2019 Corruption Perceptions Index. The report released by the NGO Transparency International analysed 180 countries, and when it comes to the EU, the misuse of its funds is still a big issue.
Malta's police chief resigns amid government reshuffle
Cutajar's resignation comes shortly after the resignation of Joseph Muscat as the island country's prime minister.
2019 ends as it began, in political turmoil
We look back at the week in Europe where MEPs called on the Maltese leader to resign immediately, protests took place in the Czech Republic and Poland. A tumultuous end to a rollercoaster year in EU politics. Our journalists sum it up in their words of the year.
Europe in brief: Malta, Czech Republic and Poland
We look back at some of the issues plaguing European politicians this week.
MEPs call for Malta PM Joseph Muscat to quit immediately
Centre-right MEPs have torn into Muscat over rule of law in Malta and his administration's alleged links to the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The Brief: Brexit book wins 13th European Book Prize
A novel about Brexit's impact on society in the UK took home the European Book Prize.
Maltese businessman charged over murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia
The arrest comes as the long-stalled investigation into the October 2017 car bomb murder of Caruana Galizia intensifies.
The Brief: Ocean Viking migrant rescue ship still stranded
France has become the first EU member state to say it would welcome some of the 356 migrants on board the stranded rescue ship Ocean Viking.
EU warns of crime risks from governments' sales of passports and visas
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The EU migrant rescuers left in limbo
"We will challenge the Maltese authorities with legal steps for sure... because people are dying right now"