Journalist killed in car bombing in Malta
The son of the murdered investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, who was killed in a car bombing in Malta, has attacked the island as a “mafia state” run by what he called “crooks”. His 53 year old mother, who died yesterday, was known for her blog accusing politicians of high-level corruption and led the Panama…
Migrant crisis sets nation against nation within EU
With hundreds of migrants being rescued daily from overloaded boats in the Mediterranean, the EU is struggling to agree on an adequate response to the new arrivals.
Cash for passports – what’s the best deal?
Malta may soon offer rich foreign investors the chance to buy a life in the European Union. But the Mediterranean island nation is not alone in selling citizenship for cash.
Malta’s PM says boat deaths ‘humanitarian crisis’
Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat tells Channel 4 News Europe must come together to deal with the “humanitarian crisis” of the recent migrant boat wrecks in which hundreds have died.
Lampedusa survivors say Libyans shot holes in their boat
A Libyan military vessel shot at a boat of migrants fleeing from north Africa to Italy before it capsized, witnesses tell Channel 4 News.
Dozens dead after migrant boat capsizes near Lampedusa
The Italian navy says 34 bodies have been recovered and 206 people rescued after a vessel smuggling immigrants from North Africa overturned in the Channel of Sicily.
Npower accused of £108m tax dodge
Nearly 110,000 sign a petition protesting against energy giant npower’s alleged tax avoidance – but the company remains adamant it has no UK tax obligations.
Man swept away as storms and flooding hit Malta
Severe thunderstorms hit Malta on Monday leaving one man dead and dropping a month’s worth of rain on the Mediterranean island in two hours.