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[WATCH] Bob Geldof renounces Dublin honour in Aung San Kyi protest
World 13-11

Frontman of Boomtown Rats and activist Bob Geldof said he does not want to be 'associated in any way with an individual currently engaged in mass ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya people'

[WATCH] When tunnel meets tunnel
National 13-11

Watch the moment when Enemalta's new 1.8km tunnel breaks through an existing tunnel used for the distribution of high voltage electricity cables

Multiple bail breaches could cost man €13,600
Court & Police 13-11

Woman found in cave gave police different accounts, court told
Court & Police 13-11

Williams was forced to have sex with her husband four times during the ordeal

North Korean soldier shot by his own troops while defecting to South
World 13-11

A soldier was shot while defecting to South Korea on Monday, amidst a joint naval exercise involving three American aircraft carriers, in waters off South Korea's coast

Meeting between Trump and Philippines president Duterte barely touches on 'human rights'
World 13-11

US President Donald Trump said he had a 'great relationship' with Philippines president, as he praised him for his bloody crackdown on the war on drugs

Updated | Parent assaults teacher at Cospicua secondary school
National 13-11

Education authorities condemn aggression after a secondary school teacher was assaulted by a parent this morning at the Cospicua secondary school • Union directs teachers to refuse school entry to student with 'history of aggressive behaviour'

Ex-lawyer Patrick Spiteri is granted bail but won't leave prison any time soon
Court & Police 13-11

Disbarred laywer Patrick Spiteri, extradited to face €7.4 million fraud charge, will not be able to leave home as part of strict bail conditions but he still has to wait for other court decisions before walking out of prison

[WATCH] Going, going... BIM factory demolished for Marsa road project
National 13-11

Works on the Marsa road junction started this morning with the demolition of one of the factories slated to make way for the multi-level intersection

Personal transfers sent by EU residents down to €30.3 billion in 2016
Europe 13-11

Dropping from €31.3 billion in 2015, flows of money sent by migrants to their country of origin have decreased, with a deficit of -€9.4 billion recorded in France, according to Eurostat

At least 16 dead after boat capsizes in India
World 13-11

According to police, 38 people were on board a vessel which capsized because of silt in the river

[WATCH] Former Lebanon prime minister says he is 'free' in Saudi Arabia
World 13-11

Saad Hariri, former Lebanese prime minister has pledged that he would be returning to Beirut in a matter of 'days', eager to dispel reports that he has been detained in Saudi Arabia

Thousands march in LA in support of sexual assault victims
World 13-11

The #MeToo campaign has exposed the sheer extent of abuse and sexual harassment in the entertainment industry but activist, Tarana Burke, wants to reach the underprivileged communities too

Update 2 | Iran-Iraq border: death toll rises to 402 making it deadliest earthquake of 2017
World 13-11

More than 402 people have been killed and 6,650 injured after a powerful quake struck the border region at around 9:20pm (local time)

Debono used false certificates and Maltese notary’s signature to gain ministry stamp
National 13-11

The 284-page ‘Dirty Oil’ dossier shows Debono was using falsified certificates of origin for smuggled Libyan oil to obtain a foreign ministry apostille so that his ships could offload their fuel in Italian ports

EU Brexit negotiator: Everyone needs to plan for collapse of talks
World 12-11

Michel Barnier said that while a no-deal scenario wanted to be avoided, it certainly couldn’t be excluded

Man injured in Paceville, says he was victim of hate crime
National 12-11

Pictures posted on Facebook this afternoon claim to show injuries Clif Debono suffered at the hands of multiple aggressors while on his way home 

60,000 nationalists take to the streets for Poland’s independence day celebrations
World 12-11

The demonstration was mostly led by National Radical Camp – a far-right eurosceptic group known for its protests against immigration and gay rights

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