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25 May
Mrs. Rosie Glazebrook is the Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC). In this interview, she talks about efforts
16 Apr
A tanker carrying 750 tonnes of diesel fuel from Egypt to Malta sank Saturday off Tunisia's southeast coast, but officials said a large spill would likely be avoided.
6 Apr
The European Commission on Wednesday formally told Malta to end its "golden passport" scheme for deep-pocketed foreign investors or risk EU court action.
28 Mar
Malta's Prime Minister Robert Abela was sworn in Monday following a landslide victory in weekend elections that delivered his Labour party a third term in government.
10 Feb
Pope Francis will visit majority-Catholic Malta on April 2-3, the Vatican said Thursday, with a programme that includes the capital Valletta and the island of Gozo.
14 Dec 2021
's parliament was set Tuesday to approve plans to legalise possession and cultivation of cannabis for personal use -- a first in Europe, although other countries tolerate it.
25 Jun 2021
Haiti, Malta, Philippines and South Sudan were placed Friday on a "grey list" of countries under increased monitoring to counter money laundering and terrorist financing.
7 Jun 2021
Malta said Monday it had recorded no new coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, the first time this has happened since July 25, 2020.
5 Apr 2021
Malta is to reopen its embassy in Libya and resume flights to the war-ravaged North African state, visiting Maltese Prime Minister Robert Abela said Monday.
30 May 2020
Maltese authorities have seized counterfeit Libyan money worth $1.1 billion that was printed by a Russian firm and worsen the north African country's economic problems, the US State Department said. There was no official statement on Saturday from Valletta although Malta Today newspaper had published a report about $1.1 billion in counterfeit money seized in…
11 May 2020
Malta's ambassador to Finland has resigned after a Facebook post in which he compared German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Adolf Hitler, The Times of Malta reported.
23 Nov 2019
The main suspect in the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia wants a pardon before he tells all he knows about the killing, sources close to the investigation told AFP.

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