The Malta Independent 26 July 2016, Tuesday

Updated (3): Islamic State claims attack that killed priest during Mass in France

Two attackers seized hostages in a church near the Normandy city of Rouen on Tuesday, killing one hostage by slitting their throat before being killed by police, a security official said....

Watch - Updated: Family members confirm decomposed body found in Dingli is of missing teenager

A corpse has been discovered in Dingli this morning. The corpse was discovered next to a bicycle. The identity of the person has not been established. Mike Mansholt, a 17-year-old, went...

Planning Authority approves new law courts and multi-storey car park for Gozo

The Island of Gozo is to have new law courts after the Planning Commission granted development permission which will include a multi-storey car park for the public. The approval by the Planning...

Report shows 'Brexit' move raises risks to US financial stability

Britain's decision to quit the European Union has elevated the risks to U.S. financial stability, though they remain moderate, U.S. Treasury Department experts say. The report issued Monday by...

New angio suite launched at the Medical Imaging Department with an investment of €1.9 million

Minister for Health Chris Fearne this morning launched a new angio suite at the Medical Imaging Department in Mater Dei Hospital. The new suite came with a €1.9 million investment, 60% of...

Somali man stabbed during argument in St Julian’s

A Somali teenager was stabbed during an argument he had with a person who is still unknown to the police. In a statement, the police said the incident took place in Dragonara Road, St...

Watch - US election: Die-hard Sanders supporters divided on backing Clinton

Bernie Sanders tried to calm tensions among his delegates Monday at the Democratic National Convention but some weren't in a listening mood, seething over a lengthy primary campaign and a damaging...

Updated: PL lashes out against Simon Busuttil over standing orders debate statement; PN replies

The Labour Party has lashed out against Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil, saying that Dr Busuttil does not want Ministers and MPs to represent Malta abroad on official business when there is...

Parliament approves motions regulating procedures in the House

Parliament this evening approved two motions which will change procedures adopted in the House of Representatives. One motion will change the standing orders permanently on matters on which the two sides of the House have an agreement, while the second will only last until the end of this…

latest comment from Sdei Trumot, 26/07/2016 05:48: Simon is a thorn in your backs, 'carry on make people lough'.
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Mangion Walker murder: husband told employer his wife was cheating on him

A murder suspect’s employer, Julian Grech, told police that Andrew Mangion said the relationship with his wife went downhill after his daughter was born nine years ago. He also claimed that his...

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