Editors Press E.U. on Malta Media Independence After Reporter’s Killing
Editors of six European newspapers, the BBC and The New York Times called for the bloc to remind the island nation of its obligations to guarantee a free press.
Protesters in Malta Denounce Failure to Protect Killed Journalist
Thousands of demonstrators sent a message of support for free speech and disgust with Malta’s political elite after the car-bomb killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Brutal Killing of Journalist Exposes ‘Something Darker’ in Malta
Daphne Caruana Galizia enraged dozens of powerful people with investigations that exposed corruption. Virtually nobody expects her killing to be solved.
Malta in an Uproar Over Killing of an Investigative Journalist
Daphne Caruana Galizia, who uncovered nepotism and corruption in Malta and was killed in a car bombing on Monday, had many enemies.
When the Price of Reporting Is a Car Bomb
The murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia in Malta illustrates the stakes for journalists pushing back against power.
Investigative Journalist in Malta Is Killed in Car Bombing
Using the leaked Panama Papers, the journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, exposed Malta’s links to offshore tax havens.
Malta Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage
The vote was nearly unanimous, signaling broad support for the law despite opposition from the Roman Catholic Church.
‘Stupid Us’: How U.S. Retirees Lost Thousands to Fraud Linked to Ex-E.U. Official
The case of John Dalli, a former commissioner, stretches across continents and highlights the European Union’s limited reach in matters of wrongdoing in Brussels.
Azure Window of Malta Collapses Into the Sea After Storm
The limestone arch on Gozo Island was well-known to travelers and fans of “Game of Thrones.”
E.U. Vows to Slow Migration on Sea Route That Claimed Thousands of Lives
A record 4,579 people died along the so-called Central Mediterranean route last year, and the bloc’s leaders said they aimed to “break the business model of smugglers.”
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