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Accused pleaded guilty to attempted murder, harassment, intimidation, carrying a knife without a licence, and slightly injuring two men

A great expectation on U.S. tax reform | Calamatta Cuschieri

U.S tax reform, gold becoming a way of payment and a deal between Volvo and Uber

[WATCH] GreenPak to give out €100 a day in bid to promote recycling

Environment minister Jose Herrera said that in addition to the proposed incinerator, the government would also be supporting 'radical schemes' to ensure that the country recycled more

Russia nuclear accident: reports radioactivity 986 times the norm

'Extremely high' concentrations of radioactive Ru-106 were confirmed to be found in several parts of the country in late September

[WATCH] Greece: illegal construction played central role in flash floods that killed 20

Flash floods, which resulted in the death of 20 and the homelessness of another 1,000, were made worse by illegal construction and bad planning, say experts

Upholsterer was target of Friday’s shooting

A man currently in police custody is believed to have been commissioned to carry out the crime

Syria's Assad meets with Putin to discuss 'joint work in fighting terrorism'

Since their last meeting in October 2015, Vladimir Putin hosted Syria's president for talks to begin achieving 'a complete victory over terrorists'

'Blame game will get us nowhere,' Carmel Cacopardo tells Prime Minister

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said the government was committed to setting up a constitutional convention during a meeting with a delegation from Alternattiva Demokratika headed by chairperson Carmel Cacopardo

Catalonia crisis: Spain ready to discuss greater fiscal autonomy

there is a renewed willingness to open discussions on a new fiscal pact under which Catalonia would have greater control of its finances, say senior sources

[WATCH] Donald Trump names North Korea ‘state sponsor of terrorism’

Along with Sudan, Syria and Iran, Pyongyang has been identified as a state that 'repeatedly provided support for acts of international terrorism'

Malta requested more Facebook data per citizen than any other country

According to statistics published by the social media giant, Maltese authorities made the highest number of requests for user information in 2016, with Malta as 29th highest in absolute terms

New PN directors to be appointed as Adrian Delia consolidates power

Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia's next step is to appoint three salaried directors in the roles of assistants to the prospective secretary-general

A legacy of loveable monsters

As one of the founding members of the Gabriel Caruana Foundation, Raffaella Zammit speaks to Teodor Reljic about how the Foundation’s latest workshop-turned-exhibition, Kreaturi drew from Caruana’s legacy to motivate kids to create their own ‘biomorphic creatures’

Angela Merkel: hints at fresh elections over ruling minority government

German chancellor, Merkel, is 'skepitcal' about ruling in a minority government and would rather stand again as a candidate

Film Review: A brash assault on the senses

A couple's relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their otherwise peaceful existence • 3/5

Patriots and traitors

In Malta many tend to think that the ultimate power in the EU rests with the European Parliament but this is far from the truth

If you’re going to ‘walk out’... you may as well stay out

What advantage is there in having an Opposition that is all-but permanently in absentia? 

Dutch, British, FBI, EUROPOL assist Caruana Galizia murder investigations, press conference to be held in future

Inquiring magistrate Anthony Vella also asked for help of foreign experts

Court slams lawyer for ‘malicious and vexatious’ reporting of colleague to regulator

In a scathing judgment, the magistrate said it had been proven that the plaintiff had acted his client’s interests when he had filed acts in court in order for them to take back what was rightfully theirs