Keith Schembri was arrested as part of a money laundering probe linked to the sale of Maltese passports to rich people from non-EU countries.
The case is the latest chapter in football's long-running corruption saga.
Rui Pinto admits he was behind the Football Leaks exposés published between 2015-18, but argues he is a whistleblower, not a criminal.
Justice minister Danail Kirilov is the fifth minister to resign from the government since protests started in July as the public anger shows no signs of abating.
Discontent is growing in Beirut after the deadly explosion in the Lebanese capital on Tuesday.
Demonstrators have taken to the streets with the same demands for a month — they want the country's entire cabinet to resign and elections to be held.
The world football governing body's image has been further tarnished by a Swiss criminal investigation into the conduct of its president Gianni Infantino.
Najib Razak was found guilty on Tuesday in a corruption trial over the looting of the 1MDB investment fund.
Former government ministers and officials have voiced their concerns about the future direction of Ukraine. With anti-corruption reforms hanging in the balance, is the window for change closing?
Human rights campaigners warn that anti-corruption measures are being ignored in the rush to send financial aid to countries in need.
Euronews explores the hidden corruption, intimidation and violence at the heart of Romania's illegal logging industry,