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Sebastian Tanti Burlò Dec 12
Happy Republic Day 's Memorial lighting our way. 🌻✊☂️
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Andrew Caruana Galizia Dec 12
A giant photo of on the door to Malta’s embassy in Brussels, reminding its staff to represent our country not my mother’s murderers.
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Megan Mallia Dec 13
My grandparents. They're still fighting for justice for their daughter , for her stories, and for Malta. They say they'll never stop. They won't. Photo by .
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#occupyjustice 🍃 11h
Monday 16th December. 26 months on. 7.30, Great Siege Square, Valletta. For truth and for justice.
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#occupyjustice 🍃 Dec 13
It’s been a momentous month of revelations & shocking details on the conspiracy surrounding 's assassination that leads straight to the Office of the PM in Castille. We now know the truth but we cannot stop demanding justice. Monday 16 Dec 19:30 Valletta
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aditus foundation Dec 13
On Malta’s Republic Day we’re once again yelling for justice and accountability. We will never stop!
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Steve Bray #RevokeArticle50 Dec 6
2 men associated with the assassination of Malta based investigative journalist appear to have been key donors to ’s pan-European political project.
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David Thake Dec 9
Dear Ian Borg, I'm sorry no-one's interested in your fucking flyovers and expansion joints while we protest to get your corrupt murderous mates out of Castile.
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The Shift News Dec 12
VALLETTA, this morning: protest memorial remains intact on Republic Day as citizens spent the night guarding tributes to the journalist on Republic Day. Barriers were set up around the people and dozens of police surrounded the activists.
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Ivan Martin Dec 13
As Malta slips even deeper into political crisis, parade is drowned out by boos, jeers, and calls for justice for .
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Tina Urso Dec 12
Tonight we’re protecting ’s protest memorial overnight from it being swept away by Minister of Injustice and Culture Owen Bonnici
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#occupyjustice 🍃 Dec 8
This is Daphne's legacy. Thank you
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Miriam Galea 9h
After her husband's office was involved in the murder of a journalist, Michelle Muscat has the daftness and nerve to blame journalists again.
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Cami Appelgren Dec 12
Did “forget” the memorial today? 😉 I couldn’t be happier than seeing ’s memorial still fully decorated at 2am. This is how it should have been for 2 years, Owen! Do we have to guard it every night?
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Times Magazine 10h
When Daphne Caruana Galizia was blown up by a car bomb in Malta, it made headlines beyond the tiny tourist island. Two years on, her family are tantalisingly close to achieving justice.
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Ann De Marco Dec 11
Daphne's words. And how we miss her voice. We have found ours, thanks to her. But hers is the voice that we need in these dark times. I miss her so much. Let us keep using the voices we have found.
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Justice for Daphne Dec 13
"I just wonder why you’re all such bloody cowards. Scared of a woman? Tmorru taghmlula xi haga fid-dlam? Rgiel bla bajd" (2012) , you're scared to clear the memorial at morning hours, because you're a coward. Even in death, Daphne scares you.
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Matthew Caruana Galizia Dec 12
Activists are taking it in turns to guard the memorial, in shifts of around five people each, throughout the night, to prevent it from being cleared by Malta government workers on orders "from above".
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Ann De Marco Dec 12
Here you go, . Replaced again. As they are every day
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Reuben Balzan Dec 9
Army reinforcements at Castille. Do you think they get the irony of such a heavy law enforcement presence as a reaction to the protestors, when the real criminals were operating from inside? All it reinforces is that the institutions are NOT working.
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