Isis has tonight claimed the London Bridge terror attack was carried out by one of its fighters, according to the New Zealand Herald
The terrorist … Read more
Vincenzo Gemito was one of the strongest personalities in Italian art in the late nineteenth century. Both a sculptor and a draftsman of celebrity portraits … Read more
The ‘everyday’ hero who tackled London’s Bridge terror-related incident identified as Polish Chef Lukasz
Passers-by who tackled a man wielding a knife on London Bridge have been praised as “everyday heroes”.
Two people were killed when the attacker stabbed … Read more
An injured man was found dead in Marsa.
The police were informed about a man lying on the ground on Triq Diċembru Tlettax at around … Read more
The Times reveals that Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is set to announce his resignation after revelations in the past weeks rocked the government. The paper … Read more
L-Orizzont says that the government described rumours about the Prime Minister’s imminent resignation as ‘pure invention’. In a statement on Friday the government denied that … Read more
The Independent follows Yorgen Fenech as he exited the Courts on Friday after the first sitting in a case he filed against the lead investigator. … Read more
In-Nazzjon reports that Yorgen Fenech has been given police bail for the fourth time since he was first arrested last week. The paper says that … Read more
A close-up view of the small piece of the Relic of the Holy Crib of the Child Jesus, a gift from the Holy Father Pope … Read more
The European Commission released its 2019 edition of the Consumer Conditions Scoreboard. It shows that the overall gap in consumer conditions is narrowing between the … Read more
Nestlé has just launched the KitKat Chocolatory Cacao Fruit Chocolate, the first product to use a unique chocolate made entirely from the cocoa fruit.
The … Read more
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and GO p.l.c. (GO) have signed a €28 million loan to finance GO’s investments in telecommunication infrastructure.
GO is listed … Read more
German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier wants to set up a new government body with powers to decide quickly whether to take stakes in key domestic … Read more
Two people were killed and three others injured in a terrorist attack near London Bridge on Friday, police have confirmed. The suspect was wrestled to … Read more
Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat expected to step down imminently – PM Muscat says he was blackmailed over Presidential Pardon
The Times of Malta is reporting that Prime Minister Joseph Muscat informed associates on Friday that he intends to announce his resignation imminently. Story was … Read more
Iraq’s prime minister has announced that he is resigning in the wake of deadly anti-government protests.
Adel Abdul-Mahdi’s announcement was broadcast on state television, just … Read more
A hacking tool that was able to give full remote control of a victim’s computer to cybercriminals has been taken down as a result of … Read more
Combating climate change should be Parliament’s top priority, new Eurobarometer reveals, highlighting youth-led climate protests as great influencers.
“Combating climate change and preserving our environment, … Read more
The death toll in Iraq from weeks of anti-government unrest rose on Friday to at least 408 people killed, mostly unarmed protesters, a Reuters count … Read more
Donald Tusk’s five years as Head of the European Council ended as he’s replaced by the former Belgian Prime Minister, Charles Michel.
The other major … Read more
European space exploration is getting its biggest financial boost in 25 years. At a conference in Seville, Spain, the 22 member states of the European … Read more
Zimbabwe is on the brink of man-made starvation; a UN official has warned.
More than 60% of the country’s 14 million people are considered food-insecure, … Read more
The death toll in earthquake-ravaged Albania is set to surpass 50, after more bodies were pulled from the rubble and hope faded for finding additional … Read more
Twelve EU countries, including Malta, have blocked a proposed new rule that would have forced multinational companies to reveal how much profit they make and … Read more
We are left with an assassinated journalist (and with a family that is still unable to bereave);
We are left with an Opposition that is … Read more
The Times leads with the release of Keith Schembri from custody on Thursday night. A police statement said that there was no need for him … Read more
The Independent says that businessman Yorgen Fenech is calling for the removal of inspector Keith Arnaud from the investigation in the Caruana Galizia murder, arguing … Read more
L-Orizzont says that Yorgen Fenech has written directly to the President seeking a pardon to reveal ‘all the facts.’ Meanwhile, he filed a Constitutional case … Read more
In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who said that with every passing minute that Joseph Muscat remains Prime Minister, the risks for the country become … Read more
Almost a quarter of young people are so dependent on their smartphones that it becomes like an addiction, research by psychiatrists concludes.
The study, from … Read more
Hong Kong police on Friday ended their two-week siege of a university campus that became a battleground with pro-democracy protesters as activists vowed to hold … Read more
A woman takes a picture of the artwork ‘Keith Haring a Milano Salvatore Ala – June 11-84’ by US artist and activist Keith Haring during … Read more
Politico reports that outgoing Health Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis waded into the increasingly heated EU debate over the recruitment of foreign health care professionals, criticizing … Read more
Photos taken along Central Park West during the 93rd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York, New York, USA, 28 November 2019.
The annual … Read more
Britain’s increasingly rancorous election campaign took a bizarre turn on Thursday night when prime minister Boris Johnson refused to join other party leaders in a … Read more
Thousands of Australian students walked out of class on Friday to join rallies demanding stronger action to rein in climate change, which they said is … Read more
Madonna, 61, has announced she has had to cancel tour dates on “doctors’ orders” due to “overwhelming pain”.
The Vogue singer had been due to … Read more
Japanese former Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone speaks during a press conference for the 28th Praemium Imperiale award in Tokyo, Japan, 17 October 2016 (reissued 29 … Read more
Malta – Pardon to Fenech denied by cabinet – PM Muscat to stay – Schembri Released – Protests through the night
At the end of a seven-hour long cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that Yorgen Fenech asked for a presidential pardon three times, all … Read more
One of the world’s biggest Christmas trees is illuminated at the Christmas Market in Dortmund, Germany. The Christmas tree is 45 meters high and made … Read more
Import duties on various products including cars, clothes, and household appliances are set to be removed in Switzerland. If parliament approves the plan, the measure … Read more
The LEGO Group announced that it will phase out plastic retail bags in all LEGO® Stores globally in 2020. The move, which is part of … Read more