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Kosovo Prime Minister resigns after alleged war crimes

Kosovo prime minister and former guerilla commander Ramush Haradinaj gave up his post after being summoned as a war crimes suspect before a special court. … Read more

Minister Ian Borg announces the resignation of three Planning Authority officials

Minister Ian Borg today announced the resignation of three Planning Authority officials after a letter he sent them regarding their legal obligations in terms of … Read more

President George Vella, returns to medical roots and assists cameraman during launch of Oħloq Tbissima fund raising activity

President George Vella returned to his roots as a family doctor when he ran to assist a cameraman who fainted and fell off a platform.… Read more

New president for the Malta Institute of Accountants

The Council of the Malta Institute of Accountants appointed Fabio Axisa as its new President for the term July 2019 – June 2020. The election … Read more

Photo story: The 2nd Festival Accesible de Globos

Participants maneuver their balloon during the 2nd Festival Accesible de Globos (lit. ‘Accessible Balloon Festival’) in Segovia, Spain.

A total of 20 balloon teams from … Read more

UK and Sweden partner on future combat air

British Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt and her Swedish counterpart Peter Hultqvist have signed a landmark agreement to partner on future combat air.

The Memorandum of … Read more

Powerful earthquake shakes Athens

The Geodynamic Institute of the National Observatory of Athens and the American USGS, reported that  an earthquake of an initial intensity of 5.3 shook the … Read more

Rwanda dismisses Ebola threat

Authorities in Rwanda have refuted reports that the fishmmonger responsible for Uganda’s renewed Ebola crisis, had crossed into the border town of Gisenyi.

Malic Kayumba, … Read more

Malta: ‘Missing’ charter flight leaves 280 passengers stranded

Some 280 Maltese passengers, mostly young footballers, who were supposed to leave Malta for Denmark on Friday morning, have been told not to turn up … Read more

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak launches blockchain company in Malta

A new company based on blockchain and focussing on energy efficiency, EFFORCE, will be based in Malta with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak investing in and … Read more

Merkel says she is fit for work

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday she was fit to carry on as chancellor after a bout of shaking episodes, and that she hoped … Read more

Photo Story: Ukraine prepares to go to the polls

An activist dressed like Sauron, the malevolent character of the Tolkien saga ‘Lord of the rings’ and that symbolizes the malevolent forces activity before elections, … Read more

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Minister Ian Borg announces the resignation of three Planning Authority officials

Minister Ian Borg today announced the resignation of three Planning Authority officials after a letter he sent them regarding their legal obligations in terms of … Read more

President George Vella, returns to medical roots and assists cameraman during launch of Oħloq Tbissima fund raising activity

President George Vella returned to his roots as a family doctor when he ran to assist a cameraman who fainted and fell off a platform.… Read more

New president for the Malta Institute of Accountants

The Council of the Malta Institute of Accountants appointed Fabio Axisa as its new President for the term July 2019 – June 2020. The election … Read more

Malta: ‘Missing’ charter flight leaves 280 passengers stranded

Some 280 Maltese passengers, mostly young footballers, who were supposed to leave Malta for Denmark on Friday morning, have been told not to turn up … Read more

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak launches blockchain company in Malta

A new company based on blockchain and focussing on energy efficiency, EFFORCE, will be based in Malta with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak investing in and … Read more

Industry’s banking concerns discussed in meeting between PM and GRTU

The Malta Chamber of SME’s (GRTU) stated that there is an unprecedented situation happening with regards to businesses and banking: clients find it difficult to … Read more

Verification process determining voter eligibility in the PN General Council has been finalised – In-Nazzjon

In-Nazzjon says that the PA board meeting was a clear sign that no public consultation was carried out about the Central Link project. PN Deputy … Read more

Some 1,400 objections have been filed against Central Link project- The Malta Independent

The Malta Independent reports the decision on the Central Link and says that some 1,400 objections have been filed against the plans. Infrastructure Malta CEO … Read more

PA approves Central Link road project between Mrieħel and Rabat – The Times

The Times leads with the Planning Authority approval of the Central Link road project between Mrieħel and Rabat. The PA board voted 7-3 in favour … Read more

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Kosovo Prime Minister resigns after alleged war crimes

Kosovo prime minister and former guerilla commander Ramush Haradinaj gave up his post after being summoned as a war crimes suspect before a special court. … Read more

Minister Ian Borg announces the resignation of three Planning Authority officials

Minister Ian Borg today announced the resignation of three Planning Authority officials after a letter he sent them regarding their legal obligations in terms of … Read more

President George Vella, returns to medical roots and assists cameraman during launch of Oħloq Tbissima fund raising activity

President George Vella returned to his roots as a family doctor when he ran to assist a cameraman who fainted and fell off a platform.… Read more

New president for the Malta Institute of Accountants

The Council of the Malta Institute of Accountants appointed Fabio Axisa as its new President for the term July 2019 – June 2020. The election … Read more

Photo story: The 2nd Festival Accesible de Globos

Participants maneuver their balloon during the 2nd Festival Accesible de Globos (lit. ‘Accessible Balloon Festival’) in Segovia, Spain.

A total of 20 balloon teams from … Read more

UK and Sweden partner on future combat air

British Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt and her Swedish counterpart Peter Hultqvist have signed a landmark agreement to partner on future combat air.

The Memorandum of … Read more

Powerful earthquake shakes Athens

The Geodynamic Institute of the National Observatory of Athens and the American USGS, reported that  an earthquake of an initial intensity of 5.3 shook the … Read more

Rwanda dismisses Ebola threat

Authorities in Rwanda have refuted reports that the fishmmonger responsible for Uganda’s renewed Ebola crisis, had crossed into the border town of Gisenyi.

Malic Kayumba, … Read more

Malta: ‘Missing’ charter flight leaves 280 passengers stranded

Some 280 Maltese passengers, mostly young footballers, who were supposed to leave Malta for Denmark on Friday morning, have been told not to turn up … Read more

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak launches blockchain company in Malta

A new company based on blockchain and focussing on energy efficiency, EFFORCE, will be based in Malta with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak investing in and … Read more

Merkel says she is fit for work

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday she was fit to carry on as chancellor after a bout of shaking episodes, and that she hoped … Read more

Photo Story: Ukraine prepares to go to the polls

An activist dressed like Sauron, the malevolent character of the Tolkien saga ‘Lord of the rings’ and that symbolizes the malevolent forces activity before elections, … Read more

Australian Federal Government inks major cloud deal with Microsoft

The Australian Government is accelerating its bid to transform into one of the world’s top three digital governments by 2025, signing a three-year agreement with … Read more

Midday Dispatch – Financial and Corporate News

Microsoft beat analysts’ revenue projections by nearly $1 billion when it announced earnings for the fourth quarter of its 2019 fiscal year, as its cloud … Read more

Industry’s banking concerns discussed in meeting between PM and GRTU

The Malta Chamber of SME’s (GRTU) stated that there is an unprecedented situation happening with regards to businesses and banking: clients find it difficult to … Read more

Dutch Supreme Court rules Netherlands partially responsible for Srebrenica deaths

The Dutch Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the Netherlands is partially responsible for the July 1995 deaths of 300 Muslims in Srebrenica.

Relatives of … Read more

Libyan Health Ministry ceases overseas treatment for its citizens

The Libya Observer reports that the Libyan Ministry of Health announced the cessation of overseas treatment completely, after the resignation of the Chairman and members … Read more

“The Happiest Place on Earth” is a façade about to crack from the pressure of making ends meet – Disney Heiress

Disneyland calls itself “The Happiest Place on Earth,” but family heiress Abigail Disney said she found workers struggling when she recently visited the park undercover.… Read more

Iran insists it didn’t lose any drones

Iran’s top military spokesman said all the country’s drones had returned safely to base, the semi-official Tasnim news agency reported, after President Donald Trump said … Read more

Photo Story: The equestrian CHIO Aachen in Germany

Marcus Ehning of Germany on Funky Fred competes in the Nations’ Cup team jumping event at the CHIO  (Concours Hippique International Officiel) in Aachen, Germany.… Read more

Man dies after setting himself on fire at Japanese embassy in South Korea

 

A South Korean man died on Friday after setting himself on fire in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul, police said, amid ongoing … Read more

Verification process determining voter eligibility in the PN General Council has been finalised – In-Nazzjon

In-Nazzjon says that the PA board meeting was a clear sign that no public consultation was carried out about the Central Link project. PN Deputy … Read more

Some 1,400 objections have been filed against Central Link project- The Malta Independent

The Malta Independent reports the decision on the Central Link and says that some 1,400 objections have been filed against the plans. Infrastructure Malta CEO … Read more

Di Maio tries to avert Italian government crisis

Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio called for a meeting on Friday with government partner and co-deputy PM Matteo Salvini in a peace offering … Read more

PA approves Central Link road project between Mrieħel and Rabat – The Times

The Times leads with the Planning Authority approval of the Central Link road project between Mrieħel and Rabat. The PA board voted 7-3 in favour … Read more