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Evening Daily News Feed Roundup

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These are the main news reported by the leading Maltese news portals:

Prime Minister Robert Abela said on Tuesday he believes singer Destiny Chukunyere’s chances at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest are good. Destiny will be heading to Rotterdam in May to participate in the popular contest after winning the second edition of X Factor Malta on Saturday. Source: Times of Malta

A magistrate has heard an eyewitness account of the horrific stabbing in Zabbar which claimed the life of Chantelle Chetcuti from a passerby. Chetcuti died of injuries she sustained after she was stabbed in the head, allegedly by her ex-partner Justin Borg, who stands accused of her homicide. Source: Malta Today

Former police officer Paul Sheehan had acted correctly when he shot at a drunk driver’s fleeing vehicle which had clipped a minister’s car, his lawyer told a court this morning. Magistrate Nadine Lia heard closing arguments by lawyer Edward Gatt, who is defending the former police constable. Source: The Malta Independent

Nationalist MP Jason Azzopardi has described himself and the 16 other Members of Parliament who oppose Adrian Delia as “blue heroes”. Dr Azzopardi posted this on social media, uploading a photo with all the faces of these MPs, including two MEPs.  In the light of what is going on at the moment within the Nationalist Party, he seemed to be indicating that these MPs want the resignation of the Leader of the Opposition, Adrian Delia. Source: TVM

In his resignation letter to PN leader Adrian Delia, deputy leader for party affairs Robert Arrigo has stated that as PN leader Adrian Delia has to shoulder his ‘big responsibility’. The entire letter, dated 8th February, was published on Tuesday in the party’s daily newspaper In-Nazzjon. Source: Newsbook


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