The echo of the so-called “Panamanian dossier”, published in May last year, was a tragedy in Malta. On Monday, October 16, as a result of the explosion of the car, local journalist Daphne Caruana Galicia died.
She has long been known for her professional investigations involving high-ranking officials of Malta, right up to the Prime Minister. She also dealt with the Panama Dossier, which featured Maltese leaders, allegedly involved in offshore fraud.
The car of 53-year-old Caruana Galicia exploded when she drove away from her house in the town of Bidniya, near the town of Most in the north of the island of Malta. The car turned over several times and was thrown off the road, the fragments scattered several tens of meters in different directions. The destroyed car was found by one of the sons of the journalist Matthew, who heard a sound from the house of the explosion…
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