When reading the title of this article, you probably first thought about a parent giving some wise advice to their child about how to go about in life, what company to keep and what not to. In my case, what I was thinking about when coming up with this was the now very commonly found […]Read More Tmurx magħhom għax tiċċappas
The past few weeks have seen heavy fighting across the country, sieges, evidence of war crimes, gains and losses of ground for both sides. The latest evidence suggests the conflict is set to intensify, meanwhile the EU attempts to cut off Russian energy and Finland and Sweden are now considering NATO membership. The Ukrainians held […]Read More Ukraine: Where do things stand now?
The post-independence political scene in Malta has always shown that an extremely high percentage of the population is interested in their leadership and is willing to go out and vote. This is evident by the continued high voter turnout that the country has experienced, with only the first independent election in 1966 having a voter […]Read More Low Turnout: Apathy or Protest?
Note to our viewers:We are doing our best to bring you the latest and most reliably verified news. Nevertheless, please be careful and do not take anything you see online to be the full truth. Fake news is a rampant plague in this crisis, and even the world’s largest agencies are falling victim to false […]Read More Ukraine-Russia War – Live Updates and Analysis
The Russia-Ukraine conflict has been consuming our newsfeed for the past few weeks, and in the chaos of it all, it’s easy to forget what exactly kindled this conflict. The invasion of Ukraine by Russia has thrown the two countries into a large-scale, deadly conflict, with a humanitarian catastrophe looming. But, aside from the broader […]Read More War In Europe: Retracing the Straw that Broke the Camel’s Back
Chernobyl workers can’t get to work due to shelling – IAEA 23:45 – 24 Mar 2022 The UN’s nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), says Ukraine has told it that Russian forces are shelling checkpoints in the city of Slavutych. The city of around 25,000 residents is where many workers from the Chernobyl […]Read More Ukraine-Russia War – Updates and Analysis (18/03 – 24/03)
This page is no longer being updated. Click here to view the latest batch of updates from the Russo-Ukrainian War. Sky News reporters shot at and hit by Russian death squad 23:53 – 4 Mar 2022 Sky news’ chief correspondent Stuart Ramsay and his team were attacked and wounded outside Kyiv, but have all fled and […]Read More Ukraine-Russia War – Updates and Analysis (02/03 – 04/03)
This page is no longer being updated. Click here to view the latest batch of updates from the Russo-Ukrainian War. residential bombings in kyiv, kharkiv 23:00 – 1 Mar 2022 According to Ukraine’s State Special Communications Service, Russia bombs Kyiv neighbourhoods and Vyshneve city outside of the capital. Rusanivka, Kurenivka, Boiarka, and the Zhuliany district […]Read More Ukraine-Russia War – Updates and Analysis (28/02 – 01/03)
This page is no longer being updated. Click here to view the latest batch of updates from the Russo-Ukrainian War. Russia blocks UN Security Council resolution condemning its invasion of Ukraine 23:58 – 25 Feb 2022 Russian veto was used to block a United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The vote […]Read More Ukraine-Russia War – Updates and Analysis (24/02 – 25/02)
Putin does not need to invade Ukraine to get what he wants. He’s already won. For weeks running into months now, the Russian president has kept NATO countries on edge, all waiting to see what his next move will be, all ready to drop everything and whizz into diplomatic meetings like dogs waiting to be […]Read More Putin Won