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  • Malta votes to continue spring hunting

    VALLETTA: Malta has voted in a referendum to continue the controversial tradition of spring hunting in which birds migrating across the Mediterranean are killed before they can breed, preliminary results showed on Sunday...

    The European Court of Justice found Malta guilty in 2009 of permitting the hunting of birds during their return from Africa to breeding grounds in Europe, before they have had a chance to reproduce...

  • Journalist murder sparks push to heal politically-polarised Malta

    Citizens mourning the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia are calling for Malta's deeply-ingrained tribal politics to be put aside so the shaken island nation can begin healing its wounds...

    “As we are seeing protests develop, we become aware of what has been fought for in terms of maintaining democracy,” said Geraldine Spiteri, one of many paying her respects to Caruana Galizia at a growing tribute of flowers, candles and messages in...

  • Panama Papers journalist killed in Malta car bomb

    VALLETTA: A Maltese investigative journalist who had exposed her island nation’s links with the so-called Panama Papers document leak was killed on Monday when a bomb destroyed her car as she was driving near her home, Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said...

    Daphne Caruana Galizia, 53, had just driven away from her home in Mosta, a town outside Malta’s capital Valletta, when the bomb exploded, sending the vehicle’s wreckage...

  • Malta to let in migrant ship if EU states help

    VALLETTA: Malta said on Tuesday it would only allow a stranded rescue ship carrying over 200 migrants to dock if other EU states agreed to take in some of those onboard...

    The vessel had rescued the 234 migrants, including children and pregnant women, on Thursday but Malta and Italy initially refused to take it in...

  • Malta allows migrant rescue ship to dock, ending standoff

    Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said seven European Union countries had offered to share the burden of the migrants with Malta...

    The Lifeline is the second charity ship that Italy has shut out of its ports this month after the new anti-immigrant Interior Minister Matteo Salvini said private rescue vessels would no longer be welcome because they “cannot dictate Italy’s immigration policy”, Muscat said that permitting the ship to...

  • Migrant rescue ship seeks safe port after Italy and Malta refuse again

    MARSEILLE: The operators of the migrant ship Aquarius on Monday called on Europe to find a safe haven for 141 people rescued in the Mediterranean, saying Italy and Malta had again refused to let the vessel dock...

    Sophie Beau, president of the vessel’s operator SOS Me­­diterranee, said the ship, currently situated between Malta and the Italian island of Lam­pedusa, had again received “official negative replies” from the two...

  • Malta PM to resign amid pressure over journalist murder probe

    VALLETTA: Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, under fire over his handling of the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, said on Sunday he would step down after his replacement is chosen in January...

    A European Parliament delegation is due to arrive on Malta late Monday and stay until Wednesday...

  • BZU students protest against degrees’ non-verification

    MULTAN: Scores of students of architecture and building department of Bahauddin Zakariya University’s Engineering College on Monday protested against what they said non-verification of their degrees...

    They demanded that the PEC grant accreditation to their department so that their degrees could be verified...

  • Three more BZU syndicate members get notices to record statements

    MULTAN: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has started recording statements of syndicate members of the Bahauddin Zakariya University over the alleged illegalities and the violation of rules for the establishment of a university’s sub-campus in Lahore...

    In December 2013, the then provincial education minister Rana Mashhood had informed Punjab Assembly members in a question-hour session that the provincial government was going...

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