Evening Daily Newsfeed Roundup

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These are the main news reported by the leading Maltese news portals:

 

A Serbian national who resides in St Paul’s Bay has been arraigned in Court, Magistrate Charmaine Galea presiding, and has been charged with abuse of four girls, all minors. The girls were aged between 12 and 15 years. The Prosecution presented two child pornography videos in Court. Source: TVM


Opposition Leader Adrian Delia said that he’s holding out his hand for Prime Minister Robert Abela to join forces in stopping the Steward Health Care hospitals concession deal.  Source: MaltaToday


The Bulgarian co-owner of Satabank has sued blogger Manuel Delia in his native Bulgaria, seeking damages for a post he uploaded in October 2018. In a post uploaded on Saturday, Mr Delia said that he had been named in a case filed by Christo Georgiev in Varna, Bulgaria. Source: Times of Malta


A third Maltese person has been placed in quarantine upon his arrival back in Malta after being on a cruise liner where a passenger was found to have contracted the illness known as COVID-19, or Coronavirus. Source: The Malta Independent


On 3 June 2004, 60-year-old Mary Zarb and a 24-year-old Nadya Vavilova were in Zarb’s apartment in St Paul’s Bay for a Maltese language lesson. The block was adjacent to a construction site when a worker cut through the bearing concrete surface of the building. The block collapsed, and the two were killed. Mary Zarb’s daughter, Diane Mule’ Stagno, has been awaiting justice for almost sixteen years. Source: Newsbook

 

 

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