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Teenage African migrants charged with hijacking tanker after sea rescue
The arrest of five migrants who hijacked a boat that rescued them highlights the failure of the European Union to take responsibility for migrant safety, the aid agency Médecins sans Frontières has said.
Malta will take in 49 migrants stranded on boats, then redistribute to eight European Union countries.
Good little sharks and fishies get surprise visit from Father Christmas in their tank
Christmas came early for fish and sharks at an aquarium in Malta this week, when Santa Claus took a dive to hand out treats.
This 5 stars design hotel is building a new and sustainable future for the mediterranean island.
In this episode of Go Europe we take you to the Maltese port of Valletta, European Capital of Culture 2018.
Aquarius migrants disembark in Malta
The Maltese PM and his wife have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the Panama Papers investigation.
Activists made it known they did not approve of the Maltese court's decision to seize its rescue ship Lifeline.
It's after a court hearing in Malta on Monday after rescuing around 230 migrants. The prosecutor says the ship was not properly registered but the groups operating both vessels deny any wrongdoing.
Claus-Peter Reisch, captain of rescue vessel Lifeline, was charged by Maltese courts on Monday for lacking proper registration for the boat when it entered Malta waters last week.
After being stranded out at sea on the Lifeline ship for almost a week, over two hundred (234) migrants are finally on land at Malta. It's after Italy refused to let the ship dock.
The Lifeline rescue ship has not been given official authorisation to dock in Malta, the aid group told Euronews.
A day after news broke that Malta would allow to Lifeline migrant vessel to dock on its shores, the vessel says it has still received no approval.
EU court rules Malta's 'barbaric' finch trapping is illegal
Rome reportedly asks Malta to take over 600 refugees onboard humanitarian vessel.
Andrew and Matthew Caruana Galizia, say the story behind their mother’s assassination is that of a small Mediterranean Island state that has been taken over by outside interests.
Italian, Greek and Spanish millennials already have a reputation for staying at home longer than northern Europeans. But latest figures suggest they are putting off quitting the family nest for even longer than before.
The sixth Malta International Music Festival has brought together world-class artists for moments of unforgettable magic in Valetta, the 2018 European capital of culture.
‘Pilotes Volontaires’: two Frenchmen used their savings to buy a light plane, aiming to search the sea off the Libyan coast and help NGOs save migrants in distress.
The family of a murdered Malta journalist fear they will never find out who ordered her killing, it has emerged.
Today is six months since Malta investigative reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb just metres from her home. A group of investigative journalists from across Europe have used the anniversary to announce they intend to continue her work.
At least 50 people, including 12 children, were among the injured on Monday.
Baroque music on the rocky island of Malta.
For 2018 Valletta shares the honour with Leeuwarden in The Netherlands.