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Xtra 22:17

On Xtra this evening, Owen Bonnici discussed the Attorney General, the rule of law and the upcoming Constitutional Convention

Parties bicker over free vote on IVF leave motion
National 19:05

After yesterday’s parliamentary vote the Labour Party has accused the PN of being on the wrong side of history while the PN has accused the government of ‘steamrolling over everyone’

Teachers union ‘concerned’ by possibility of university becoming ‘another ministry department’
National 17:43

In its reaction to last April’s consultation paper on the University of Malta, the MUT warned against the side-lining of academic priorities

Orizzont ordered to pay civil servant €4000 in libel damages
Court & Police 16:31

The court concluded that though ‘public servants were subject to wider criticism than private individuals, journalists were to ensure that reported facts were true, backed by sufficient evidence’

'Explosion' detected near site of missing Argentinian submarine
World 16:29

The navy have confimed an abnormal sound 'consistent with an explosion' along the route the ARA San Juan was following

Italy’s ‘Mani Pulite’ prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro to address Civil Society demonstration
National 15:37

Former Italian anti-corruption prosecutor Antonio Di Pietro, who brought down the entire political system in the 1990s, will address a 3 December demonstration calling for justice, organised by the Civil Society Network

[WATCH] Rwanda offers refuge to 30,000 African migrants in Libya
World 15:30

In the wake of a video which showed men being auctioned off as farm workers in Libya, Rwanda has offered refuge 

Updated | Muscat calls on financial services operators to help engage critics
National 15:15

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat insists Malta should not adopt a siege mentality despite all the criticism against the country's financial services sector

Myanmar-Bangladesh sign Rohingya return deal
World 15:03

Over 620,000 Rohingya fled into Bangladesh but are set to return as Myanmar and Bangladesh have signed a deal, paving the way for their repatriation

EU data shows 24% of children in Malta at risk of poverty or social exclusion
National 14:36

Eurostat data showed that 24.8 million of those under the age of 18 are at risk in the EU

Vessel seized for carrying contraband fuel was only carrying water and sludge, owners say
Court & Police 13:30

Paul and Alexandra Piscopo filed proceedings back in 2013, for the release of their vessel and the 34,600 litres of gasoil it was carrying

New York City attack: Saipov charged with 22 counts
World 13:08

Sayfullo Saipov, was charged with providing material support to the Islamic State group, as well as eight counts of murder and 12 of attempted murder in aid of racketeering

Argentina: hunt for missing submarine to return to previously searched area
World 12:15

The search for the submarine ARA San Juan, which went missing a week ago in the south Atlantic is set to focus on previously searched areas, in response to the voiced frustrations of crew members' relatives

‘Don’t let me down’, magistrate tells man on bail for resisting arrest
Court & Police 12:15

The accused ran away after being told he was under arrest, hitting a police officer with his car as he drove off

[WATCH] PN rebels face flak after not voting with their party
National 11:51

In the aftermath of their decision to break ranks with their party on a motion dealing with IVF leave, six Nationalist Party MPs woke up to a blacklash from supporters who lament the lack of party unity

Electronic ballot counting will deliver 2019 MEP election result in record time
National 10:43

€2.2 million electronic ballot counting software to be deployed in 2019 MEP elections

Partit Demokratiku tables motion against increased Majjistral Park hunting hours
National 10:16

PD tabled the motion this morning and critisized the Environment Ministry for breaching the law 

Amazon massacre: global companies accused of importing timber
World 09:17

The first-world buyers continued to trade with the the founder of a Brazilian logging firm, who is accused of ordering the murder and torture of nine people

[WATCH] Zimbabwe: former vice president Mnangagwa hails a 'new democracy'
World 09:06

The 75-year-old Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to be sworn in as president on Friday