Malta: Car bomb kills Panama Papers anti-corruption journalist

A journalist who has been leading the fight against corruption in Malta has been killed by a car bomb.

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    A journalist who has been leading the fight against corruption in Malta has been killed by a car bomb.

    Daphne Galizia had made several allegations against senior business and political figures.

    Some of her claims were based on revelations in the so-called Panama Papers leak in 2015.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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