Migrants Rescued by Tanker Arrive in Italy After Weekslong Standoff
The migrants were transferred from the tanker, the Maersk Etienne, to a humanitarian vessel before docking in Sicily after 40 days at sea.
Tanker Asked to Rescue Migrants Off Malta Is Denied Permission to Dock
The weekslong refusal by Malta and other nations to allow a tanker from a major global company to dock reflects an escalation in hard-line tactics against migrants.
Migrants Adrift Off Malta Called for Help. Then They Waited. And Waited.
A boat carrying 95 migrants on the Mediterranean floated adrift for more than 30 hours before the Maltese authorities finally brought them to shore under intense pressure.
Latest Tactic to Push Migrants From Europe? A Private, Clandestine Fleet
The government of Malta enlisted three privately owned fishing trawlers to intercept migrants in the Mediterranean, and force them back to a war zone, officials and a boat captain say.
Malta Accused of Sabotaging Migrant Boat
European governments are taking harsher measures against migrants as the coronavirus pandemic has unfolded.
La historia de corrupción detrás de la fortuna de la mujer más rica de África
Isabel dos Santos, hija del expresidente de Angola, construyó un imperio anclado en la corrupción. Entre sus asesores había empresas consultoras de Estados Unidos.
How U.S. Firms Helped Africa’s Richest Woman Exploit Her Country’s Wealth
Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s former president, built an empire in a country mired in corruption. Western consultants were her advisers.
Malta Murder Investigation Closes In on ‘Mafia State’
Evidence is mounting that the bomb plot that killed the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia reached deep into the government and business elite.
Malta Leader Says He Will Resign, as Murder Inquiry Widens
An investigation into the 2017 murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia has reached into the government, triggering protests and a promise by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to quit next year.
Wealthy Businessman Charged in Murder Case That Rocked Malta
Stalled for years, the inquiry into the killing of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has stirred suspicions of Maltese officials and calls for the premier to resign.
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