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Malta's abortion policy was put in the international spotlight last week after the country refused US holiday-maker Andrea Prudente a potentially life-saving abortion.
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A new court filing argues that Malta’s blanket ban on abortion is failing to protect women's health and is putting doctors in impossible situations.
Malta abortion refusal: US woman treated in Spain
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Malta remains best European country for LGBT+ rights, says report
Denmark rose seven places to second in the index rankings, while Belgium was third.
EU threatens to take Malta to court over 'golden passport' scheme
Malta has rebuffed Brussels warnings and has argued that the issuing of citizenship should remain a "national competence".
Pope prays for kindness to refugees as he wraps Malta visit
Pope Francis prayed for the world to show more kindness and compassion to refugees as he paid tribute Sunday in Malta to the shipwrecked St. Paul and meets with migrants who, like the apostle, arrived on the Mediterranean island and were welcomed.
Pope Francis criticises Russia's 'infantile and destructive' war
"We had thought that invasions of other countries, savage street fighting and atomic threats were grim memories of a distant past,” Pope Francis said of the war in Ukraine on a visit to Malta.
Malta: Victory for incumbents Labour in parliamentary elections
Voters in Malta went to the polls on Saturday in a general election, and the Labour Party have claimed victory, and the Nationalists conceding defeat.
Maltese vote in general election, seeking new five-year government
Two major political parties in Malta, the Labour Party and the Nationalist Party, and a number of smaller parties are all vying for votes after a muted campaign.
In Malta, confusion over cannabis law after doctor arrested
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Malta suspends 'golden passports' for Russian and Belarusian nationals
The government said the measure was taken following "recent developments" amid the war in Ukraine.
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Ocean travels to Malta and the Netherlands to meet the enthusiasts attempting to raise public awareness about the health of our seas and the marine environment.
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Malta urged to redouble efforts to investigate murder of journalist
The Council of Europe's Human Rights Commissioner also called on Malta to strengthen the protection of journalists.