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Prolific thief gets more prison time as more crimes emerge
Court & Police 24-02

A man recently jailed for committing six thefts in one night has been given additional jail time after being linked to more thefts that happened that night

Man charged with injuring police officer is denied bail
Court & Police 24-02

A man arraigned on charges of slightly injuring a policeman whilst resisting arrest for drug possession has been remanded in custody

PN’s David Thake stirs rumour of affair, then goes back upon minister’s denial
National 24-02

PN candidate says he was ‘only asking for clarification’ when suggesting health minister was having affair with highly-paid appointee

Marine Le Pen refuses to attend police summons for questioning
World 24-02

French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen refused earlier this week to appear for questioning in connection with an inquiry into alleged illegal EU payments to her staff, accordng to her lawyer

136 Turkish diplomats seek asylum in Germany since putsch
World 24-02

Germany says it has received 136 asylum requests from Turks holding diplomatic passports since the July coup attempt against the Turkish President

[WATCH] €135,000 in public funds for LGBTIQ support services
National 24-02

Malta Gay Rights Movement awarded €135,000 over three years to fund its Rainbow Support Services

Judge throws lifeline to group of Malians facing deportation
Court & Police 24-02

A court has ruled that it will hear the case filed by nine failed asylum seekers from Mali, noting that the principal complaint was the fact that the men had been detained under the same removal order that had been issued upon their arrival

Gozo Channel to offer special service for Carnival weekend
National 24-02

The Gozo Channel will be operating extra journeys in order to make Gozo more accessible this weekend

[WATCH] Caravan destroyed in fire, car sustains extensive damage
National 24-02

A caravan was burned to the ground earlier today after it caught fire as it was being towed down Vjal Santa Lucija

Attempted car theft ends in warning shots fired, one man arrested
Court & Police 24-02

A 43-year-old man was arrested by the police followed a suspected botched car theft in Birkirkara

Former journalist cleared of benefits fraud
Court & Police 24-02

DJ and former Orizzont journalist Charlot Lautier cleared on appeal as court rules that prosecution ‘completely failed’ to prove he conducted tours for profit

Born without statehood: what it means to be stateless
National 24-02

Government is being urged to grant citizenship to stateless minors born in Malta, whose laws deny them citizenship despite being born in our land

Cycling group calls for safer pelican crossing for Birkirkara Bypass
National 24-02

Cycling group BAG has criticised the decision to fence off part of the Birkirkara Bypass frequently used by students to cross the street, saying their action was an indication of the need for 'a safer, more efficient pelican crossing'

Two Samsung execs offer to resign amid corruption scandal
World 24-02

Two senior Samsung Group executives have offered to resign to take responsibility for the company's involvement in the graft scandal, South Korean media has reported

Irish leader calls for united Ireland clause in Brexit deal
Europe 24-02

Enda Kenny has said that the exit deal between the UK and the EU should include language that would allow Northern Ireland to easily return to the bloc

Theresa May's Conservatives gain parliamentary seat as rivals suffer election setbacks
World 24-02

The Conservatives have won the Copeland by-election, beating Labour in an area it represented for more than 80 years

East Libya imposes travel curbs for those aged between 18 and 45
World 24-02

Libya has banned men and women between the ages of 18 and 45 from travelling abroad without 'security clearance'

[ANALYSIS] In 2018, a Labour landslide or a PN rebound are outcomes still in play
National 24-02

Discerning voters face a hard choice in the next election: avoiding a dangerous Labour landslide or denying the PN the blank cheque of a premature re-entry to Castille. Will voters confirm or defy past electoral cycles in next year’s election?

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