Malta's prime minister is fighting for his political life as police investigate his closest aides for their possible links to the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
“Some of them have suffered several months, if not over a one year, of imprisonment in Libya's detention camps.”
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Tourists visiting the Cittadella get a 360-degree, projection-mapped history lesson.
Deputies approved a bill allowing abortion in three highly restricted cases amid much heated debate in the chamber and on social media. The reform, celebrated as historic by women’s rights activists, now goes to the senate.
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Simon Ostrovsky speaks with Robert Young Pelton, the Strategic Consultant for MOAS, about how government programs might be influenced by MOAS's private life-saving mission.
In this extra scene, Simon Ostrovsky sits down with Norman Lowell, the founder and head of Malta's far-right anti-immigration political party Imperium Europa to talk about the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean.
VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky joined On The Line to discuss the Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS), and his new documentary "The Smartest Guy in the Sea."