Malta Accused of Coordinating “Criminal Mass Pushback” of 500 Migrants by Humanitarian NGOs

Malta accused of coordinating criminal pushback of migrants by NGO group Key Points: Four humanitarian NGOs have accused Malta of coordinating a “criminal mass pushback’ of 500 migrants to prison in Libya straight from Malta’s own search and rescue area. The NGOs behind the accusation are Alarm Phone, Sea-Watch, Mediterranea Saving Humans and EMERGENCY. The…

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Malta’s Turkish Community Shows Strong Support for Kılıçdaroğlu in Recent Elections

A Breakdown of the Key Points: – 76.90% of eligible Turkish voters from Malta voted for Kılıçdaroğlu at the Turkish embassy in Floriana. – 23.10% of eligible Turkish voters from Malta voted for Erdoğan. – The high turnout of voters suggested a strong interest in Turkish politics among the community. A Closer Look: Malta’s Turkish…

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Former Italian PM Matteo Renzi’s Speech at the FSWS Conference in Malta – Analyzing the €20,000 Price Tag

Former Italian PM Matteo Renzi’s Speech in Malta Introduction Former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi was one of the keynote speakers at the Foundation for Social Welfare Services (FSWS) conference held in Malta. However, it has recently emerged that the event came with a price tag of €20,000. The revelation has generated a significant amount…

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Understanding Malta’s Gambling Licensing and Taxation Regimes

An Overview of the Licensing and Tax Regimes Applicable to Gambling Activities in Malta Introduction Malta, a Mediterranean island nation, has been at the forefront of the online gambling industry for more than a decade. The country’s government recognized the potential of the industry early on and was among the first to implement comprehensive legislation…

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Gambling in Malta: A Guide to the Law and Regulations

# Gambling in Malta: Understanding the Law If you’re interested in the world of gambling, you’ll know that Malta is one of the most popular and esteemed gambling destinations in Europe. For this very reason, it is crucial to understand the intricate laws and policies governing the gambling industry in Malta. In this article, we…

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Corruption in Maltese Driving Test System Revealed in Licences Racket Case

# Key Points – The case involves a driving licences racket, where fake licences were issued to individuals who did not pass their driving tests. – The examiner in question testified against the suspected mastermind of the racket. – The examiner admitted to accepting bribes and falsifying test results. – The case has raised concerns…

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“Uncovering the First Maltese Female Novelist and the Importance of Women and Language in Maltese Literature”

# The First Maltese Female Novelist – Malta’s first female novelist was recently discovered. – Her name was Emmanuela Zammit. – She wrote a novel in Maltese called “Rotta Ghaliex,” which translates to “The Reason for the Route.” – Zammit wrote her novel in the 1920s, but it wasn’t published until 1934. Emmanuela Zammit has…

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Malta Accused of Violating International Maritime Law with Return of Migrants to Libya

Malta Accused of Coordination in Return of Migrants to Libya Key Points: Around 500 migrants were returned to Libya from Malta. The return took place on May 23 aboard a fishing vessel. The migrants included 55 children and several pregnant women. Rescue groups have accused Malta of violating international maritime law. The migrants were reportedly…

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The Costly Burden of Lija Athletics Track and Sports Complex in Malta: Government Spending €1.8 Million Per Year

Lija complex costing it €1.8 million a year Overview The government of Malta is spending €1.8 million per year on the Lija Athletics Track and Sports Complex after its privatization fell through due to a lack of interest. The complex, which is equipped with a 400-meter running track, football pitch, and other sports facilities, has…

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