A two-day conference in Malta later this month on the future of medical cannabis will also feature a session on artificial intelligence and blockchain. The Medical Cannabis World Forum, scheduled for November 20 and 21, has been end
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After media reports said that 11 of the victims had been compensated following an out of court settlement with the Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation, the pending civil lawsuits were formally withdrawn on Friday morning.
After MaltaToday revealed how five Frenchmen killed in a plane crash two years ago were secret agents tracking arms movements in Libya, Joseph Muscat insists they formed part of a customs surveillance operation
Malta needed people of honesty and integrity, Auxiliary Bishop Joseph Galea-Curmi told new graduates on Thursday. In his homily to students on their graduation – during the first of two Masses for graduates – Mgr Galea-Curmi highlig