Tag: Press Freedom

‘We cannot say that the foreign press is part of a...

MEP Alfred Sant claimed that many of the foreign journalists that were in Malta over the past weeks were closer to people who "had every interest to paint everything black".

‘I saw her some 40 hours before she was brutally assassinated’...

Parents of the slain journalist are expected to testify today.

Court admonishes lawyers for wasting time

During the last sitting, Yorgen Fenech claimed that OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri kept him informed about the progress of the investigation.

‘My mother was harassed by police’ – Matthew Caruana Galizia

Peter Caruana Galizia and Matthew Caruana Galizia are set to testify in Friday's sitting.

International organisations monitoring situation of “grave risk”

International organisations have urged close scrutiny as the public inquiry into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia begins on 6 December.

Journalists file judicial protest over treatment following press brief

The Institute of Maltese Journalists condemned the treatment of journalists.

Slovak prosecutor charges four in murder of investigative journalist

Slovak authorities charged four people on Monday in the murder of an investigative journalist and his fiancee, a case that sparked major...

Daphne’s murder: One of the suspects offered a reduced sentence –...

One of the three men who stand accused of murdering journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has been offered a reduced sentence, if he...

October: the month democracy is questioned

The burning of The Times and the assassination's of Caruana Galizia - both in the same fateful month

Watch: “I will keep my promises to Caruana Galizia’s family” –...

'I will keep my promises to the family of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia,' European Commission Vice-President Designate for Values and Transparency,...