Freedoms for the Sudanese people: Troika statement

The UK, US and Norway have issued a Troika statement outlining that the people of Sudan should have the right to freedom of expression and … Read more

Father-daughter border drowning highlights migrants’ perils -AP

The man and his 23-month-old daughter lay face down in shallow water along the bank of the Rio Grande, his black shirt hiked up to … Read more

Midday Corporate Dispatch – Financial and Corporate News

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These are the salient Corporate and Financial news  for our first edition of the Midday Corporate Dispatch.

 

Bank of Valletta’s last … Read more

The hot waters of the strained Strait of Hormuz – explainer

The recent attacks on two oil tankers on the Strait of Hormuz have sparked global conversation due to the passageway’s strategic location, and its role … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

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Your morning briefing with the salient headlines from Malta, Europe and around the world in just.

Start your day informed.

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Helicopter crashes on a building in midtown Manhattan – Pilot died (Updated)

A helicopter crash landed onto the roof of a building in midtown Manhattan and then caught fire on Monday afternoon, authorities said.

One person died … Read more

In-Nazzjon headlines – Tuesday 4th June 2019

In-Nazzjon quotes PN Leader Adrian Delia who said that this is not the time to point fingers at each other, but to unite and work … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing

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This is your morning briefing with the main news  from Malta and the world to start your day informed.

Situation in PN 

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Interpol busts international pedophilia ring

A two-year international operation coordinated by INTERPOL has led to the rescue of 50 children, as well as the arrest and prosecution of child sex … Read more

Libya’s conflict is no good news for Malta, Europe or the world in general

Libya has witnessed eight years of chaos and disaster since the arrival of the Arab Spring and the assassination of its longest serving ruler Muammar Read more

Multiple injuries in synagogue shooting in California – Update

Update : Authorities have identified the suspect in a shooting at a synagogue outside San Diego as John Earnest and say he’s also being investigated … Read more

Malta based company, using island to declare profits, to underpay tax, mentioned as example of UK’s effort to curb on tax underpayment by big multinationals

UK authorities are stepping up investigations into the tax affairs of US multinationals, which account for a growing share of suspected underpayment by large businesses.… Read more

UK’s Huawei role in future 5G mobile network provokes controversy in weakened British Government

Two Cabinet ministers have publicly denied leaking details of the Huawei controversy as Theresa May launched a formal inquiry into the affair.

The Telegraph reports

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Number of civilian deaths in Syria five times higher than numbers released by US-led coalition

An inquiry by Amnesty International into civilian deaths in modern conflict claimed the US-led coalition killed 1,600 noncombatants in the fight for Raqqa. The figure … Read more

Couple who starved and tortured 12 of its 13 children sentenced to life imprisonment

A US couple who starved and locked up 12 of their 13 children have been jailed for life.

David and Louise Turpin were sentenced during … Read more

USA threatens to impose new tariffs on European products over subsidies to Airbus

The White House on Monday threatened to impose new tariffs on European products over subsidies to aerospace giant Airbus.

The FT reports that the US … Read more

Morning Briefing News Review

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Your morning briefing for today with the salient news to start your day informed.

Libya: Fighting escalated on Sunday around Libyan capital Tripoli

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Armed men kidnap American tourist in Uganda

Four armed men kidnapped an American tourist in Uganda Tuesday and have demanded $500,000 as ransom, the Ugandan Tourism Board and Ugandan police force have … Read more

2003 and 2011 – Iraq and Libya – On this day, two US led military interventions started with one end result – A weaker standing in world ‘policing’

On this day in 2003, the United States, along with coalition forces primarily from the United Kingdom, initiates war on Iraq. Just after explosions began … Read more

Giraffe’s birth attracts 300,000 viewers on You Tube

April the Giraffe gave birth once again in front of an enthralled YouTube audience on Saturday.

More than 300,000 watched live as April gave birth … Read more

Corporate Dispatch Morning Briefing and Newspaper Review

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Our morning briefing brings you a round up of the latest news, today focusing on New Zealand’s massacre, the reports on Malta’s newspapers’ … Read more

EU, US and Canada announce new sanctions against Russia

EU, US and Canada announced new sanctions targeting individuals and companies. The penalties come in response to Russia’s actions in the Kerch Strait, the detention … Read more

President Trump vetoes Congress revocation of emergency situation at Us-Mexico Border

President Donald Trump has vetoed a measure from Congress revoking his declaration of a national emergency at the US-Mexico border.

Lawmakers, including 12 Republicans, had … Read more

Americans travelling to Europe will have to register for travel authorisation

Americans who want to travel to 26 European nations will have to register and receive a travel authorization before visiting, the European Commission announced on … Read more

North Korea disputes Trump’s explanation on summit breakdown

North Korea has disputed Donald Trump’s explanation for the breakdown of talks in Hanoi, saying it only wanted a partial lifting of sanctions in exchange … Read more