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Three arrested after high-speed sea chase

Ragusa magistrate issues charges of human trafficking and resisting arrest

Karl Stagno-NavarraRounds of high-calibre shots were fired across the bow of Valletta-registered powerboat, to put an end to a high-speed chase that led to the arrest of three Maltese men by the Italian authorities.>>

Migrants talk of botched Italian rescue that killed 15 of their friends

Labour to present motion on Delimara tender

Karl Schembri enters Gaza

Enemalta Corporation reacts to Opposition motion

Passion for a project

Capital spending suffers during ‘recession year'

Malta replies to Karadzic, but invokes ‘confidentiality

Casa and Busuttil join pro-gay majority

Islamic community celebrates end of 30-day religious fast

Bengali tiger owner says cub was legally imported

Mystic’s followers apply to sanction Girgenti shrine

Private school had no official accreditation

MEPA still reviewing land reclamation studies

Traffic lights too expensive for Swieqi council

AFM withholds US ship-boarding information

The wrong side of history

AD – ‘Government should not stigmatise single mothers’

Lockerbie bomber publishes appeals documents


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