Panama papers journalist murdered on Malta / Did the EU turn a blind eye to Mafia haven Malta?

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Series Details October 2017
Publication Date 17/10/2017
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The Debates feature from Euro|Topics offers English (+ French and German) translations of a selections of articles in European news sources on this topic.

Euro|Topics relaunched their website during 2016. Features published before that date are still available via an archive website (see related url hyperlinks).A popular blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed by a car bomb on Malta on the 16 October 2017. Caruana Galizia made a name for herself with her investigative reporting in the Panama Papers scandal and accusations of corruption against the Maltese regime. Journalists and others were shocked by her death.

A mass demonstration of thousands of people marched through Malta's capital Valletta on the 22 October 2017 to demand action over the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia.

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The Conversation, 19.10.17: We must do better to protect whistleblowers and investigators like Daphne Caruana Galizia
BBC News, 17.10.17: Malta journalist death: Caruana Galizia's son hits out
Politico, 17.10.17: The murder of a journalist
The Guardian, 17.10.17: 'The situation is desperate': murdered Maltese journalist's final words
EUObserver, 16.10.17: Malta in shock after car bomb kills crusading journalist
EurActiv, 17.10.17: Murder of Malta’s top investigative journalist provokes shock and outrage
Deutsche Welle, 21.10.17: Malta offers 1 million euro reward for leads on journalist's murder
Deutsche Welle, 22.10.17: Malta demands justice for slain reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia
The Guardian, 19.10.17: Daphne Caruana Galizia: Establishment was out to get her, says family
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The Times of Malta, 19.10.17: Daphne's sons call for Muscat's resignation

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