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'Lost' Karin Grech evidence found again, courts say
Court & Police 24-11

MIssing fragments of the envelope containing the letter bomb which killed 15 year-old Karin Grech in 1977 has turned up again, a week after the family's lawyers filed a judicial protest.

After Constitutional breach confirmed, wrongly convicted man requests bail
Court & Police 24-11

A man convicted of drug trafficking has requested bail after he was denied access to a lawyer during police interrogation

Egypt: mosque attack death toll rises to 184
World 24-11

184 killed and at least 85 injured in a gun and bomb attack which took place in Egypt's north Sinai as Friday prayers were coming to an end

[WATCH] Education minister: academics to take part in drawing up of university act
National 24-11

Bartolo emphasised that the government had presented a consultation document, the aim of which was to receive feedback and suggestions

Ireland: on the verge of snap election over police scandal
World 24-11

A snap election could be called, after a party threatened to pull down the administration over a police whistleblower scandal

[WATCH] Zimbabwe: Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as new president
World 24-11

The country's second leader since their independence in 1980, Mnangagwa has been sworn in as president, following the resignation of Robert Mugabe

[WATCH] Would you sleep in the car park for Black Friday? Some apparently did
National 24-11

A day marked with sales and discounts, MaltaToday spoke with store owners to gauge just how frantic people were to get their hands on their early Christmas presents

Malta’s due diligence of rich passport buyers gets glowing review
National 24-11

A leading business intelligence chief suggests Malta should mentor other countries in developing effective and reliable citizenship by investment programmes

[WATCH] Air Malta and engineers sign collective agreement
National 24-11

Air Malta must now sign agreements with pilots and cabin crew by its December deadline • Airline to add 1,400 flights in 2018 • Smaller aircraft being considered once again for shorter routes

Would-be car thief jailed, sent to rehab
Court & Police 24-11

Court rebukes a 23-year-old man, charged with two counts of aggravated theft and criminal damage, saying his continued drug use was putting his hardworking family in a bad light

Paralympian Oscar Pistorius jail term increased
World 24-11

For the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp in 2013, Pistorius' jail term has been increased to 13 years

[WATCH] Syria: the situation worsens in Ghouta as they are on ‘brink of disaster’
World 24-11

Residents of Ghouta face terrible conditions, as shortages of food, clean water and medicines persist

Beijing: 'needle' abuse of kindergarten children shocks China
World 24-11

At least eight children have been given white pills, brown syrup and 'forced to stand naked or locked up in a dark room'

Cybercrime: Police investigated 232 online threats of violence last year
Court & Police 24-11

232 cases of 'insults, threats and private violence' were investigated by the cybercrime unit in 2016 and over 877 cases of 'fraud, forgery and misappropriation' 

[WATCH] Justice minister: Attorney General should not be Sherlock Holmes
Xtra 23-11

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 23-11

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 23-11

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 23-11

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’

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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