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Malta exits EU Mediterranean patrols

Malta told its European Union partners it would no longer take part in a new Mediterranean mission to stop arms reach warring factions in...

Malta refuses migrant ship permission to port

Malta plans to keep 57 rescued migrants aboard a private ship anchored outside territorial waters until the European Union finds a way to rehouse...

Malta wants EU aid for Libya

Malta is calling for a 100 million euro European Union aid package to avert a humanitarian disaster among people fleeing Libya, where violence worsend...

Quarantine for migrants in Malta

A thousand African migrants were placed under mandatory quarantine on Sunday after an outbreak of COVID-19 and their camp in the south of Malta...

Malta rescues migrants

A group of 112 North African migrants was rescued from a sinking dinghy and landed in Malta supervised by troops in protective clothing against...

Malta and Libya co-operating on migrants

Malta’s armed forces are co-operating with Libya’s coastguard to turn back migrant boats heading to Malta’s search and rescue zone, a newspaper reported, citing...

Malta to take 90 migrants

Malta will accept 90 migrants rescued by an Italian coastguard vessel in its search and rescue zone, defusing a stand-off with the new Italian...

Migrants can disembark in Malta

Malta will let five Tunisian migrants stranded on the migrant rescue ship Alan Kurdi disembark after two European Union countries agreed to take them...

Migrants make it to Malta

A group of 40 migrants rescued by a German charity ship landed in Malta and will be taken care off by European Union member...

Migrants rescued by Maltese armed forces

Malta’s armed forces rescued nearly 400 migrants in four separate sea operations and brought them ashore on the small Mediterranean island, the military said. A...

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...