From unsolved crimes to the foreign policy of the United States

Double focus on Reporter on Monday, with police assistant commissioner Silvio Valletta and veteran crime journalist John Pisani discussing unsolved murders in Malta, and then speaking to US ambassador Gina Abercrombie Winstanley
 

US ambassador Gina Abercrombie Winstanley
US ambassador Gina Abercrombie Winstanley

This week, the programme Reporter will once again treat two different subjects. In the first half of the programme, discussion will focus on unsolved homicide cases. In the second half, discussion will focus on the United States’ foreign policy. 

Saviour Balzan’s guests in the first half of the programme will be Police Assistant Commissioner Silvio Valletta and journalist John Pisani.

Recent crimes in Malta have sparked a number of questions, not least since some victims were well-known by the police. There are also a number of other cases that stretch back for years and remain unsolved till this day. 

Balzan will discuss with his guests what the role of the police is in such cases and whether the police continue to investigate cases that go back a number of years. He will also ask them about the role of forensics and how it can be used to catch criminals.

After the break, discussion will focus on the United States’ foreign policy. Balzan will speak with US ambassador to Malta Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley about the current situation in the Middle East and North Africa.

Reporter is produced and presented by Saviour Balzan, assisted by journalist Frederick Attard.

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