Maltese authorities have allowed 65 migrants aboard the Alan Kurdi rescue boat to disembark.
Earlier this week Cyprus said it had issued arrest warrants for the crew of a Turkish drilling ship which it said had infringed on its territory.
Christopher Guest More Jr was arrested in Malta on Thursday
A damning report into Malta's failure to identify those behind the murder of a journalist has highlighted systematic failings in law enforcement and raised questions about the rule of law in the country.
A study released by the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association in Europe has found that for the first time in a decade some countries are "moving backwards" on LGBT equality
They were stranded at sea after being rescued off Libya by a rescue ship run by the German charity Sea Eye.
The ship is currently near the Italian island of Lampedusa but Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said it should "go to Hamburg" as it is German-registered.
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.
The tanker, El Hiblu 1, had rescued them off the coast of Libya on Wednesday. After it was hijacked it was re-routed towards Europe.
A storm has hit the north-eastern coast of Malta with winds as fast as 100 km/hour.
In Xemxija, on Malta's San Pablo bay, the waves were so high they flooded the beaches and some of the streets.
Just a few weeks after 49 migrants were left stranded off the coast of Malta, 47 more are on their way to the country in hopes of asylum.
EU report raises concerns on Malta, Cyprus schemes
The rescue ships have 49 migrants onboard and are stuck in the Mediterranean.
This 5 stars design hotel is building a new and sustainable future for the mediterranean island.
The 12 migrants were rescued in international waters off the coast of Libya by a small Spanish fishing boat.
In this episode of Go Europe we take you to the Maltese port of Valletta, European Capital of Culture 2018.
The Washington Post published what is believed to be the last column by the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Raw Politics takes a look at the threat against journalists and whether Khashoggi's disappearance will change anything.
Europe must act together to stop the murder of journalists investigating corruption, the sister of one of those killed has claimed.
A rescue ship carrying 58 migrants remains stranded at sea as poor weather hampers a rescue operation off the coast of Malta
Anelise Borges explains why Rome and Valletta are at loggerheads of migrant rescues.
Italian interior Minister Matteo Salvini says that unless other European countries take in their fare share of the 177 migrants stranded on an Italian coast guard ship, they'll be returned to Libya.
Italy says Malta should be sanctioned over its actions regarding the Diciotti coast guard ship while Malta accuses Italy of deliberately picking up 177 migrants in Maltese waters to prevent them reaching Italian waters
The rescue boat Aquarius, which was denied entry to Italy and Malta in June, is once again looking for a safe place to dock and France may be its only option.
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.