Malta

Conflict

The car bomb and the journalist: the murder that showed the 'Two Maltas'

It was just before three o’clock in the afternoon on Oct. 16 when Malta’s most famous, outspoken blogger got into her car for what was to be the last time. Minutes later, a bomb planted under the driver’s seat flung the vehicle into a field beside the road. Daphne Caruana Galizia, who’d relentlessly attacked corruption in the tiny island nation, was dead.

Arts, Culture & Media

A Train Made Entirely of Chocolate

A locomotive train made entirely out of Belgian chocolate is the centerpiece of Brussels Chocolate Week. Andrew Farrugia is the pastry chef and chocolate artist behind the 112 foot long chocolate ctrain carved out of more than a ton of chocolate.

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Global Politics

Leaving Malta

Some African migrants manage to move on from Malta ? and find new homes in Europe and in the U.S. This is Phillip Martin's final report in our special series on nomadic migration and skin color.

Arts, Culture & Media

A Train Made Entirely of Chocolate

A locomotive train made entirely out of Belgian chocolate is the centerpiece of Brussels Chocolate Week. Andrew Farrugia is the pastry chef and chocolate artist behind the 112 foot long chocolate ctrain carved out of more than a ton of chocolate.