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Corporate Dispatch Evening News Roundup

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Good evening,

These are the main headlines reviewed by our editorial and research team for today.

The Prime Minister’s former chief of staff, Keith Schembri, has dropped two libel suits instituted against Daphne Caruana Galizia over allegations that he had received large sums of money from people close to Azerbaijani politicians. Source: Times of Malta 

Protestors from Moviment Graffitti and other private citizens, blocked off one of the corridors inside Castille for a period of five hours, in a protest that began this morning before workers reported to work. They continued to call for the immediate resignation of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, who was not in the building at the time. Source: Malta Today

Four names have been nominated for the casual election in the third electoral division to elect a member of parliament following the resignation of Helena Dalli. Source: The Malta Independent

PBS has signed a five-year agreement with the Office of the President, through which it will play a key role in the annual activity of L-Istrina. This occurred during a visit to PBS in Guardamangia by President George Vella, in the presence of Minister Owen Bonnici. Source: TVM

Newsbook.com.mt is informed that the Medical Council will be asking the Commissioner of Police for information on Dr Adrian Vella, the GP and go-between for Yorgen Fenech and former OPM Chief of Staff Keith Schembri while the former was undergoing police questioning. Vella had admitted to being the go-between. Source: Newsbook

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