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German police to deliver Panama Papers to Maltese magistrate
National 29-11

Panama Papers data is to be handed over to Magistrate Anthony Vella, to evaluate any possible links to the Daphne Caruana Galizia murder

Man seriously injured after balcony stones collapse
Court & Police 29-11

A 34-year-old Italian man is being treated for his injuries after falling off a balcony

Norway: over 150 cases of rape and sexual assault uncovered by police in Lapland
World 29-11

A new police report identified 82 victims, aged between four and 75, and 92 suspects including three women

‘Psychotherapy’ law angers mental health workers
National 29-11

Both the Chamber of Psychologists and the Association of Psychiatry have raised concerns with MaltaToday on the new law, which could bar psychologists from being employed to carry out psychotherapy

Evicted tenant claims breach of human rights
Court & Police 29-11

Cecil Jones, who was evicted from his house, is planning on taking the case to the European Court of Human Rights

North Korea launches yet another ballistic missile
World 28-11

The intercontinental ballistic missile is believed to have travelled eastwards before crashing into the Sea of Japan

Garnishee order against Caruana Galizia not withdrawn, despite proposed changes to law - Beppe Fenech Adami
National 28-11

Nationalist MP Beppe Fenech Adami said that while the proposed law increased freedom of expression, a cabinet minister had, only a few months ago, frozen the assets of a journalist who has since been killed

Updated | Teachers' union declares industrial dispute with MCAST
National 28-11

The MUT declared an industrial dispute with the college, and will be issuing industrial actions to members tomorrow

Cold weather alert as temperatures expected to drop in coming days
National 28-11

Keep rooms warm, draw curtains, wear clothing in layers, eat well and keep mobile, health directorate advises

Up to €10,000 to be given to restaurants to bring foreign chefs to improve their outlets
National 28-11

Tax credit scheme will enable restaurants to bring foreign talent to Malta to upgrade menus, train staff

Spain: 'Wolf pack' gang rape trial angers protestors
World 28-11

Many have expressed outrage during the trial of five men who were accused of gang raping an 18-year-old in 2015

Myanmar: Pope Francis fails to mention Rohingya
World 28-11

In a meeting with Myanmar's civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Pope Francis did not mention the Muslim Rohingya minority, abiding by warnings he received from papal advisors

Deputy PM resigns, averting Irish government collapse and snap election
World 28-11

After Frances Fitzgerald's position came under pressure over her handling of information regarding the treatment of a police whistleblower, she has announced her resignation

Fear reigns in household due to threats, Godfrey Farrugia says
Court & Police 28-11

Farrugia maintains media and Facebook are being used as a propaganda tool to incite people

MEPs grant wide audience to Malta’s ‘rule of law’ opposition
Europe 28-11

Draft list of hearings for European Parliament mission on Malta includes most prominent activists on rule of law and governance 

[WATCH] Trump makes 'Pocahontas' joke as ceremony honouring Native American veterans
World 28-11

Addressing Native American veterans, Trump cracked a joke regarding Elizabeth warren and her claim of Cherokee ancestry

Russia loses contact with meteor satellite launched just hours earlier
World 28-11

Only the second launch from the Vostochny spaceport, Russia has reportedly lost contact with the Meteor M2-1 weather satellite 

Germany: pro-refugee mayor stabbed
World 28-11

57-year-old Andreas Hollstein, the mayor of Altena, was treated for his injuries after being stabbed by a man who criticised his refugee policy

The moment when the three men accused of murdering Daphne Caruana Galizia were escorted out of the law courts to be taken back to prison after the case against them will have to be re-assigned to a new magistrate
Accused face their first sitting in compilation of evidence against them for murder of journalist
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder and aftermath - a timeline
Eyes on the road: behind the 27 cameras monitoring Malta’s traffic problem
What do people think of political party fund raisers
Menqa shed used by criminals under police and army watch
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