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Corporate Dispatch Evening News Roundup

Good evening,

These are the main headlines reviewed by our editorial and research team for today.

The Malta Developers’ Association has warned its members and … Read more

Photo Story: Unveiling of the Christmas Tree in Olsztyn, Poland

Photos of the ‘Christmas Tree’ in the lobby of the library of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland.

Every year, before the … Read more

Fireworks further out of favour, more people back local bans

Fireworks are further out of favour in the Netherlands, with 57% now backing bans at a town or city level, according to research by I&O … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Daily News Feed Roundup

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These are the main headlines reviewed by our editorial and research team for today.

 

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Italy’s Atlantia interested in relaunch but not rescue of Alitalia

Italy’s Atlantia is still interested in supporting the relaunch, and not the rescue, of ailing carrier Alitalia, the chairman of the infrastructure group said in … Read more

Scientists warn Europe to do more to protect its rivers and lakes

More than 5,500 scientists have signed an open letter saying that Europe is facing a severe threat to its freshwater biodiversity and must do more … Read more

Parma Capital of Culture 2020, schedules over 400 events

More than 400 events in Parma Captial of Culture 2020 have been scheduled for next year.

These include shows, exhibitions, meetings but also restorations of  … Read more

Cyprus petitions The Hague to safeguard offshore rights

 

Cyprus has petitioned the International Court of Justice at The Hague to safeguard its offshore mineral rights, its president said, as neighbour Turkey disputes … Read more

Photo Story: Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits Queen Fabiola University Children’s Hospital in Brussels

Queen Mathilde of Belgium (in red) participates in Saint Nicholas Day at the hospital school during a visit at Queen Fabiola University Children’s Hospital in … Read more

Greece to expel Libyan ambassador over Turkey-Libya accord

Greece said on Friday it was expelling the Libyan ambassador, angered at an accord between Libya and Turkey signed on Nov. 27 that maps out … Read more

Iran nuclear deal signatories meet in Vienna as accord nears collapse

The remaining signatories to the faltering 2015 Iran nuclear deal will meet in Vienna on Friday with the survival of the landmark agreement at stake … Read more

Merkel visits Auschwitz memorial for the first time

Angela Merkel visits for the first time the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial on Friday after 14 years as German Chancellor.

Merkel, accompanied by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz … Read more

Photo Story: Six-story building collapses in Kenyan capital

A six-story building has collapsed in the capital, Nairobi, with some people feared to be trapped in the debris.

Nairobi county police chief Philip Ndolo … Read more

Photo Story: Opening Session of Rome Med 2019 – Mediterranean Dialogues

Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs Luigi Di Maio delivers his speech during the ‘Opening Session and Welcoming Remarks’ of the ‘Rome Med 2019 – Mediterranean … Read more

British PR firm helping Maltese government defend its image in EU capitals

The EUobserver carries an extensive report on the the British public relations agency Chelgate,, which recently defended the Maltese government in a UK enquiry … Read more

Italian rapper Fedez reveals he risks getting MS

Italian rapper Fedez revealed he is risking getting multiple sclerosis.

He said a recent scan had turned up an anomaly that put him at risk … Read more

In rare legal test, Myanmar faces genocide hearings at The Hague

Lawyers pressing a case against Myanmar for alleged genocide against its Muslim Rohingya minority will next week ask U.N.  judges at The Hague to order … Read more

Greta Thunberg arrives in Madrid for COP25

Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg gets off the Lusitania train upon her arrival at Chamartin Railway Station, in Madrid, Spain, early 06 December 2019.

Greta … Read more

Brazil could lose its U.N. vote due to debt

Brazil is in danger of losing its vote at the cash-strapped United Nations if it does not pay some of the $400 million it owes … Read more

Measles ‘misinformation campaigns’ through social media having disastrous consequences

Measles deaths and infections in 2019 are set to “substantially exceed” last year’s toll when more than 142,000 people died from the preventable disease, the … Read more

Swiss lose faith in politicians

Confidence in politicians to deliver the best solutions has fallen dramatically, according to a survey of nearly 2,500 voters across Switzerland.

The latest edition of … Read more

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1240 – Mongols under Batu Khan occupy and destroy Kiev; out of 50,000 people in the city only 2,000 survive.
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Miriam Dalli rules out PL leadership: The Headlines – The Independent

The Independent quotes an announcement by MEP Miriam Dalli declaring that she will not contest for Labour Party leader. Dalli thanked everyone who encouraged her … Read more

Yorgen Fenech says he was informed about investigation progress: The Headlines – The Times

The Times leads with Yorgen Fenech’s testimony in court where he revealed that he was kept abreast of developments in the Caruana Galizia investigations through … Read more

PN salutes the memory of Raymond Caruana: The Headlines – In-Nazzjon

In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia during a ceremony to commemorate the killing of Raymond Caruana 33 years ago. Delia said that cases of political … Read more

Speaker says access to Strangers’ Gallery is not an absolute right: The Headlines – L-Orizzont

L-Orizzont quotes House Speaker Anġlu Farrugia who said that access to the strangers’ gallery is not ‘by right’. The Speaker was reacting to criticism by … Read more

Wreck of WWI German battlecruiser SMS Scharnhorst found near Falkland Islands

 

The wreck of a German battlecruiser that was sunk by the British during the First World War has been found off the coast of … Read more

Germany-Russia murder row raises tensions for Merkel

The violent death of a former Chechen rebel commander at the hands of a man suspected to be a Russian-backed assassin in a Berlin park … Read more

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Corporate Dispatch – Diplomatique.Expert Week – 24.11.2019

Malta regained its spot on the global news agenda following the dramatic developments in the investigations related to the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia. The … Read more

Morals, money and power: the EU’s (in)action in Iran

Over 100 protesters were killed by Iranian government forces this week, after the government there hiked up petrol prices by a soaring 50 per cent.… Read more

GeoPolitics Insight – An Iranian hornet nest

Iran is currently being stirred by growing protests mainly over economic stagnation clutching the country.

This nothing entirely new. Between 2017–2018 Iran passed through a … Read more

GeoPolitical Insight – Israel in dire (political) straits – Matthew Bugeja

Benjamin Netanyahu has been at the forefront of Israeli politics for close to a decade, having won his first term as Prime Minister in 2009. … Read more

Scientists warn Europe to do more to protect its rivers and lakes

More than 5,500 scientists have signed an open letter saying that Europe is facing a severe threat to its freshwater biodiversity and must do more … Read more

Brexit is one of the most spectacular mistakes in EU history, says Tusk

Brexit has been “one of the most spectacular mistakes” in the history of the EU and followed a campaign marked by “an unprecedented readiness to … Read more

The EU adopted €297 million in concrete actions for refugees and local communities in Jordan and Lebanon

The European Union adopted a new €297 million assistance package to support refugees and host communities in Jordan and Lebanon via the EU Regional Trust … Read more

Luxembourg PM: UK plays by our rules or accepts no deal

The prime minister of Luxembourg urged the U.K. to accept the rules of the EU single market or face a cliff-edge at the end of … Read more

Ursula von der Leyen demands ‘thorough and independent’ probe into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s killing

The head of the European Union’s executive arm, Ursula von der Leyen, on Wednesday evening demanded a “thorough and independent” investigation into the 2017 murder … Read more

MEPs call for a reduction in pesticides to protect bees

Further reducing use of pesticides, more funds for research and better monitoring are urgently needed to save the EU’s bees, says the Environment Committee.

The … Read more

EU allocates €50 million to fight Ebola and malnutrition in the Democratic Republic of Congo

The European Commission  announced €50 million to help the most vulnerable people affected by the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The funding … Read more

New Frontex regulation enters into force

Today, Frontex, the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, is gaining new responsibilities and tools to more effectively support EU Member States and Schengen Associated … Read more

Brexit is one of the most spectacular mistakes in EU history, says Tusk

Brexit has been “one of the most spectacular mistakes” in the history of the EU and followed a campaign marked by “an unprecedented readiness to … Read more

UK Liberal Democrats could back Labour to force second Brexit vote

The leader of Britain’s pro-European Liberal Democrats has suggested she could work with the opposition Labour party to stop Brexit if it removed its leader … Read more

Luxembourg PM: UK plays by our rules or accepts no deal

The prime minister of Luxembourg urged the U.K. to accept the rules of the EU single market or face a cliff-edge at the end of … Read more

Cartoon exhibition on Brexit opens in Bulgaria


 A picture shows art works from the cartoon exhibition ‘Brexit Forever’ organized by the Union of Bulgarian Artists, in Sofia, Bulgaria.

In addition to works … Read more

EU risks splits over Brexit trade talks

 

The EU is ready for the next phase of Brexit but risks greater internal divisions over trade talks with the UK, one of its … Read more

UK car body warns output will slump if Brexit leads to tariffs with EU

British annual car production will drop by a third to 1 million by 2024 if Brexit leads to tariffs with the European Union, the Society … Read more

Britain says it does not wish to stop the formation of a new EU commission

Britain does not wish to stop the formation of a new European Commission, a spokesman for Prime minister Boris Johnson said on Monday, restating the … Read more

Jeremy Corbyn to take neutral stance in second Brexit referendum

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he will adopt a “neutral stance” in a second Brexit referendum if he is elected prime minister.

Mr Corbyn confirmed … Read more

UK Liberal Democrats could back Labour to force second Brexit vote

The leader of Britain’s pro-European Liberal Democrats has suggested she could work with the opposition Labour party to stop Brexit if it removed its leader … Read more

Latest UK poll indicates Johnson has 10-point lead over Labour before election

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has a 10-point lead over the opposition Labour Party, according to an opinion poll published by Savanta ComRes … Read more

Kamala Harris ends bid for US presidency

Democratic White House hopeful Kamala Harris is dropping out of the presidential race.

The California senator’s campaign seemed full of promise when it launched in … Read more

New Zealand to ban foreign political donations

New Zealand will ban foreign donations to politicians and tighten disclosure rules for political advertising, the government said on Tuesday, as concerns over foreign interference … Read more

Boris Johnson replaced by melting ice after missing election climate debate

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

UK PM Johnson on course to win majority

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on course to win a majority of 68 in parliament at the Dec. 12 election, according to a model … Read more

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon during the launch of the SNP Manifesto

Nicola Sturgeon has launched the SNP election manifesto with a pledge to “escape Brexit and put Scotland’s future in Scotland’s hands”.

The manifesto says that … Read more

Pete Buttigieg wins influential backers for Democratic nomination

As support for Pete Buttigieg surged in Iowa, the site of the first Democratic presidential primary in February, so too has his popularity among a … Read more

Libyan officials collect evidence of Russian involvement in war

Officials in Libya’s U.N.-supported government say they plan to confront Moscow over the alleged deployment of Russian mercenaries fighting alongside their opponents in the country’s … Read more

Libya’s government condemns air strikes

Libya’s internationally recognised government on Monday condemned air strikes in the capital Tripoli and the southern desert which it said had caused civilian casualties, most … Read more

US says Russian troops are destabilizing Libya

Russia has deployed military forces to Libya that are “de-stabilizing” the North African country, a top State Department official warned.

David Schenker, the State Department’s … Read more

Libya exports one million barrels of crude oil to Italy

The Libyan Observer quotes a source at Ras Lanuf port who said that the Greek-flagged “Marin Helios” oil tanker has shipped around 630,000 barrels of … Read more

Khalifa Haftar declares ‘no-fly zone’ above Tripoli

Libya’s renegade General Khalifa Haftar has declared a “no-fly zone” in the skies around the Libyan capital, Tripoli, drawing a warning from the country’s internationally … Read more

U.S. military drone lost over Tripoli, Libya

The U.S. military revealed that an unmanned drone was lost over the Libyan capital this week.

The “remotely piloted aircraft” was lost over Tripoli on … Read more

Spike in the number of migrant boats leaving Libya

There’s been a spike in the number of migrant boats leaving Libya’s coastline this week, the UN migration agency, IOM, said on Friday.

More … Read more

67 migrants drown off Libya coast

At least 67 migrants have drowned after a boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea near Libya’s north-western coast.

A fisherman reported the incident to Alarm-Phone-Initiative, … Read more

Italy’s Atlantia interested in relaunch but not rescue of Alitalia

Italy’s Atlantia is still interested in supporting the relaunch, and not the rescue, of ailing carrier Alitalia, the chairman of the infrastructure group said in … Read more

Parma Capital of Culture 2020, schedules over 400 events

More than 400 events in Parma Captial of Culture 2020 have been scheduled for next year.

These include shows, exhibitions, meetings but also restorations of  … Read more

Photo Story: Opening Session of Rome Med 2019 – Mediterranean Dialogues

Italian Minister for Foreign Affairs Luigi Di Maio delivers his speech during the ‘Opening Session and Welcoming Remarks’ of the ‘Rome Med 2019 – Mediterranean … Read more

Italian rapper Fedez reveals he risks getting MS

Italian rapper Fedez revealed he is risking getting multiple sclerosis.

He said a recent scan had turned up an anomaly that put him at risk … Read more

‘Italexit’ returns as League official renews euro exit campaign

Matteo Salvini’s far-right League is bringing back its flagship campaign to exit the euro.

The Eurosceptic party’s top economic adviser, Claudio Borghi, who also chairs … Read more

Mild earthquake near Naples

An earthquake of magnitude 2.8 was recorded at 1:17 am near Naples, Italy.

According to surveys carried out by the National Institute of Geophysics and Read more

Letter-bomb destined for Italian Ministry of Interior defused

A letter-bomb destined for the Italian Ministry of Interior was intercepted in the mail sorting office in Via Ostiense, Rome, and defused by the police … Read more

Photo Story: Turin landmark illuminated in Christmas lights

A view of the Mole Antonelliana monument in Turin, Italy.

Wednesday evening the Mole Antonelliana was illuminated in blue for the Christmas season in Turin.… Read more

Nearly 6,000 US sexual assaults reported to Uber in 2017 and 2018

Nearly 6,000 instances of sexual assault, including more than 450 cases of rape, were reported to Uber in the United States in 2017 and 2018, … Read more

Photo Story: The National Christmas Tree Lighting in in Washington, DC

US President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump participate in the 2019 National Christmas Tree Lighting at The Ellipse in President’s Park, south … Read more

Trump’s Impeachment procedure to start – Nancy Pelosi

Speaker Nancy Pelosi asked the House of Representatives on Thursday to begin drafting impeachment articles against President Trump, pushing ahead with a rapid timetable that … Read more

Study finds climate change is causing birds to shrink

As the climate warms, birds are shrinking and their wingspans are growing, according to a new study.

Researchers analysed 70,716 specimens from 52 North American … Read more

Photo Story: Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas tree lighting ceremony in New York

New York policemen stand guard during the 87th annual tree lighting ceremony at the Rockefeller Center in New York, USA.

 

Photo:  EPA-EFE/JASON SZENES

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Fatal shooting in Pearl Harbor

 

A U.S. Navy sailor opened fire at a naval shipyard at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii, killing two civilian shipyard employees and wounding … Read more

For the first time, most Americans prefer life imprisonment to death penalty

For the first time in more than three decades, a majority of Americans favour life imprisonment without parole over the death penalty as a punishment … Read more

Fresh intelligence points to Iranian threat against US forces and interests in Middle East

CNN is reporting that there is fresh intelligence of a potential Iranian threat against US forces and interests in the Middle East, according to several … Read more

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Hyundai Motor to invest $52 billion over six years

 

Hyundai Motor said on Wednesday it planned to invest $51.81 billion ( 61.1 trillion won) between 2020 and 2025.

The South Korean carmaker unveiled … Read more

Agnelli family’s Exor to buy La Repubblica and La Stampa

John Elkann, scion of the Agnelli industrial dynasty and chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, is to acquire Italy’s leading media group after striking a deal … Read more

Italy’s UniCredit to axe 8,000 jobs

Italian bank UniCredit said Tuesday that it set to axe around 8,000 jobs and close around 500 branches in the next few years.

The job … Read more

Single use plastic retail bags to be phased out of LEGO Stores in 2020

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

Tata Steel to cut over 2,000 jobs in Europe

Tata Steel has announced it expects to cut 1,000 jobs across the UK as part of the company’s restructuring plans.

Two thirds of the job … Read more

Communication is a real problem for UK workers and their companies, Microsoft research reveals

Small and medium-sized businesses across the UK are seeing a disconnect between leaders and employers, fostered by a culture of poor communication, a new survey … Read more

New CEO for Microsoft Greece, Cyprus & Malta

Following a short transitional period, Mr. Theodosis Michalopoulos is officially assuming the position of CEO for Microsoft Greece, Cyprus and Malta.

Mr. Michalopoulos boasts a … Read more

Nutella sold 57 million biscuits in three weeks

Ferrero has sold two million and 600 thousand packages of its Nutella biscuits in three weeks. Calculating that each package contains 22, we reach the … Read more

No solution in sight for Alitalia woes

 

 

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on Tuesday confirmed that plans for a consortium led by railway group Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) to take … Read more

Using your Mastercard with eCabs pays!

Bringing more value is one of eCabs’ main commitments. In line with this, eCabs are announcing a new cashback campaign in conjunction with Mastercard and … Read more

THE TOYOTA SUPRA IS BACK

Toyota unveiled the brand new 2020 GR Supra with a completely re-imagined design and engineering formula. The new model is inspired by the iconic Toyota … Read more

LVMH to buy U.S. jeweller Tiffany for $16.2 billion

Louis Vuitton owner LVMH has agreed to buy U.S. jeweller Tiffany for $16.2 billion in the luxury goods maker’s biggest acquisition to date.

The $135-per … Read more

How The Mitigation of Risk Defines True Logistics Expertise

The CMR Convention enacted by the United Nations in 1956 and to which Malta became a signatory in 2006 recognizes that whilst transport and logistics … Read more

Beckhams’ business empire sees revenues drop 18%

David and Victoria Beckham’s brand empire has suffered a sharp fall in revenues, a few months after the celebrity couple bought out their longtime business … Read more

Harvest Technology plc launches Initial Public Offering of 40% of issued share capital

Harvest Technology plc, the technology group comprising IT solutions provider PTL Ltd, payment gateway specialist APCO Systems Ltd, and automation and security company APCO Ltd, … Read more

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Portuguese Defence Minister resigns amid an investigation into a suspected cover-up

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Portuguese Defence Minister Jose Azeredo Lopes resigned on Friday amid an investigation into a suspected army cover-up of a weapons theft last year, a ministry … Read more

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Violence in Gaza leaves seven Palestinians dead

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Seven Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire on Friday during stormy protests along the fence dividing Israel and Hamas-run Gaza, according to Gaza health officials.… Read more

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World Anti-Doping Agency Athlete Committee Chairperson speaks out about ‘bullying’ and ‘belittling’ of athlete voice against Russia’s re-instatement

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The chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (Wada) Athlete Committee says some of the organisation’s most senior officials tried to “bully” her over her opposition … Read more

Saturday Morning Briefing

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The latest about the death of the Bulgarian journalist, another stand-off about migrants in the Mediterranean and the investigations into the death of … Read more

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Hundreds attend journalist Viktoria Marinova’s funeral

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Hundreds of people have attended the funeral of the Bulgarian television journalist Viktoria Marinova, as authorities said a murder suspect arrested in Germany would be … Read more

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Damaged boat with 70 migrants escorted to Lampedusa late at night, after initial refusal of intervention from Malta and Italy

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A boat with 70 migrants, which had left Libya on Friday morning, was escorted by Italian Coast Guard patrol boats to the port of Lampedusa … Read more

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29 million Facebook accounts affected by security breach

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Facebook says hackers accessed data from 29 million accounts as part of the security breach disclosed two weeks ago.

The exact number hadn’t been known … Read more

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UEFA alerts French authorities about doubts of regularity of PSG vs Red Star Champions League Match

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UEFA has alerted the French authorities raising doubts about the regularity of the Champions League match between PSG and Red Star, played last 3 October Read more

Friday Malta News Evening Roundup

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Artificial Intelligence, salaries in Malta, Malta Employers Association’s budget proposals, Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder court case and an encounter between Pope Francis and … Read more

Maltese Salaries rose by 3% over past 12 months – Misco study

Salaries in Malta rose by a three percent average over the past 12 months, the latest figures by MISCO show. Data published in the Salaries … Read more

New documents about the implications of no-deal BREXIT published by UK Government

The government has released its latest batch of documents covering the potential effects of such a scenario, covering areas like consumer rights, rail transport, copyright Read more

Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank get married in the ‘second’ royal wedding of the year

Princess Eugenie showed off her scars as she married Jack Brooksbank in the second royal wedding of the year in Windsor today.

The low … Read more

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Greece to expand “golden visa” programme

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The expansion of the “golden visa” foreign investors incentive program is among the priorities of the Economy and Development Ministry of Greece.

At a press … Read more

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Pope Francis accepts resignation of Cardinal Wuerl

Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl after he became entangled in two major sexual abuse and cover-up scandals and lost … Read more

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Saudi delegation arrives in Turkey as part of investigation into missing Saudi writer Khashoggi

Turkey’s state-run news agency says a delegation from Saudi Arabia has arrived in Turkey as part of an investigation into missing Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.… Read more

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Police crack down on Instagram baby selling racket

Police detain midwife, potential buyer, young woman and man who allegedly ran the account

Indonesian police say they have cracked an Instagram baby selling racket, … Read more

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On this day in 1492, Christopher Columbus reached the American continent

After sailing across the Atlantic Ocean, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus sights a Bahamian island, believing he has reached East Asia. His expedition went ashore the … Read more

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Italy defies EU’s fiscal discipline rules and approves new budget law

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Italy has approved a controversial new budget law, which includes a 2.4 percent public deficit target. The budget defies the European Union’s fiscal discipline rules, … Read more

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UEFA Nations League Roundup

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Portugal beat Poland to practically sign up a place in the Finals, Israel won against Scotland, Russia and Sweden drew, Azerbaijan beat the Faroe … Read more

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Turkish authorities claim having explicit evidence that Saudi agents killed columnist Khashoggi

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Turkish authorities say they have explicit audio recordings as well as video footage showing that Saudi agents killed the dissident Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi … Read more

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Princess Charlotte and Prince George roles might take attention from the ‘other royal wedding’

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Princess Charlotte and Prince George will be the bridesmaid and page boy when on Friday, the Queen’s granddaughter Princess Eugenie and her long-term boyfriend Jack … Read more

Friday Morning Briefing

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Your morning briefing, with an update and review of the latest headlines from the main news agencies, news media and newspapers from Malta, … Read more

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Ethnic shops to close by 2100h in attempt to curb criminal activity – Salvini

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The Italian Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini said that in the new decree for the security in Italy, the ‘ethnic shops’ will be only allowed to … Read more

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Maduro claims Trump administration wants to assassinate him

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Socialist Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused the Trump administration on Thursday of seeking to assassinate him, as relations strain between the ideologically opposed nations. Asked … Read more

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Russia to suspend manned space launches

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Russia has suspended manned space launches after the failure of one of its rockets carrying two astronauts to the International Space Station, casting doubts … Read more

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8 additional cancer-causing chemicals, including diesel exhaust, will be covered by the Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive

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The European Parliament and the Council came to an agreement on the Commission’s second proposal to broaden the list of recognised cancer-causing chemicals in the … Read more

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Orthodox Christianity has decided to grant Ukraine its own church independent of Russia’s patriarchate

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The head of global Orthodox Christianity has decided to grant Ukraine its own church independent of Russia’s patriarchate, in a politically charged move that defies … Read more

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Italian trawlers seized in Libya, granted permission to return to Italy

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The two Italian trawlers Matteo Mazzarino and Aphrodite Pesca, which had been seized by the Libyan military units since Wednesday, have been granted permission … Read more

Thursday Malta News Evening Roundup

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Malta’s news portals are mainly dominated with the latest developments related to Egrant inquiry and Daphne’s murder and other stories from the court … Read more

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With Her: A Skilled GirlForce, International Day of the Girl

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Of the 1 billion young people – including 600 million adolescent girls – that will enter the workforce in the next decade, more than 90% … Read more