The Malta Independent 15 August 2018, Wednesday

Updated: Malta accepts to take in MV Aquarius, 141 migrants to be shared between EU states

Following discussions between France and Malta, a number of European Union member states, with the support of the European Commission, agreed on a responsibility sharing exercise regarding the rescued...

Man seriously injured after being hit by car in St Julian’s

A man was seriously injured this morning when he was hit by a car in St Julian’s, the police said. The man, aged 42 of Birkirkara, was hit by a Renault Clio driven by a South African man...

PN slams government’s silence over Venezuelan president’s alleged money laundering through Malta

The PN are concerned that government and the FIAU have remained quiet in the wake of a news article published by this newsroom that Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has been implicated in an...

Central Link: Attard residents network has ‘positive’ meeting with transport minister

The Attard Residents Environmental Network (AREN) met on Monday morning with the Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Capital Projects, Ian Borg to discuss proposals the network is putting...

Nine men with links to terrorism caught in Tunisia before embarking on boat to Europe

Nine men with alleged links to terrorism were caught in Tunisia before they embarked on a boat towards Europe, Italian media report. Earlier this year Interpol had indicated that terrorists could...

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Karozzini debate: ‘We will be part of revision process’ - Minister Borg

Transport Minister Ian Borg will wait for Parliamentary Secretary for Animal Rights Clint Camilleri to finish his consultation process with the various stakeholders involved in the recent issues...

TMID Editorial: Migration - Fostering the under-proletariat

The news yesterday that the Planning Authority officials found 120 migrants living in abominable conditions in a farm where cattle used to be kept, shows us once again the conditions which some or...

Update: Court denies bail request of man charged with killing four storks last Friday

A man has been taken to court after he shoot down four storks last Friday , the police said in a statement. Four White Storks that were part of a group of eighteen that visited Malta on Friday...

No sign that government will lift ban on NGOs entry and exit in Maltese ports - sources

There appears to be no signal of the government lifting its ban on the entry and exit of NGOs vessels in Maltese ports until the conclusion of the case involving MV Lifeline, sources have indicated to...

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