Whodunnit?

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2019-04-11T09:24:52+02:00Thu, 11th Apr '19, 09:24|

The Herman Schiavone Kristy Debono incident of this week has all the hallmarks of a trap. Someone appears to have relied on clear vulnerabilities to cause embarrassment and harm, though the list of vulnerabilities and the list of people who benefited from this mess are so long, it is impossible to be sure of the full [...]

Trouw: Daphne is still present everywhere in Malta

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2019-04-11T08:38:38+02:00Thu, 11th Apr '19, 08:38|

Photo: Joanna Demarco Dutch daily newspaper Trouw carried a detailed feature on Daphne Caruana Galizia including interviews with her son Matthew and sister Corinne Vella. From the article: "Caruana Galizia is, to a certain extent, still present everywhere in Malta, although the government prefers to close the chapter immediately. That government would rather speak [...]

Die Welt: The Minister who called Daphne Caruana Galizia “hate blogger”

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2019-04-11T10:24:47+02:00Thu, 11th Apr '19, 08:27|

German daily Die Welt reported on Owen Bonnici's abysmal performance in Strasbourg this week. "Owen Bonnici tried all he could this Tuesday morning to convince those present that in his home country everything is in order and that the investigation into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was being seriously conducted. 'We have left [...]

DW: An island of hope

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2019-04-11T08:05:57+02:00Thu, 11th Apr '19, 08:05|

In case you missed it, a few days ago DW carried a feature about the aftermath of the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia and Jan Kuciak in their respective countries. From that piece: "Unlike in Slovakia, little has changed on Malta and the same persons Galizia investigated remain in positions of power. Three arrests have [...]