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>> Ten suspects have been arrested in the murder of Maltese anti-corruption blogger, the Prime Minister has announced. Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered almost two months ago in a car bombing. As she was driving way from her house in northern Malta. All of the suspects are Maltese nationals, and most have a criminal record.
They've all denied the allegations. Galizia wrote a popular blog in which she relentlessly highlighted cases of corruption involving politicians. She was following the leads from the Panama Papers that were leaked in 2015. And show how the world's rich use offshore funds to hide their wealth. She had also accused senior figures in government and opposition of corruption and money laundering.
And was facing 36 libel cases at the time of her death. The car bomb shocked the country, and thousands of mourners attended her funeral. It also sparked concerns within the EU about the rule of law in Malta. The police have 48 hours to question the suspects, arraign them, or release them.