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MALTATODAY 24 July 2019

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DAVID HUDSON IN VESTIGATORS are trying to establish the motive behind Charlene Farrugia's brutal mur- der 11 years ago when she went missing, never to be seen again. Farrugia's mutilated body parts were discovered inside a shel- ter in the Valletta bastions last Saturday after the police were tipped off by robbery suspect, John Paul Charles Woods. Sources close to the investi- gation said Woods admitted to murdering Farrugia in her Qaw- ra apartment on 7 November, 2008. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 Newspaper post WEDNESDAY • 24 JULY 2019 • ISSUE 648 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 9 €20,000 collected to fight project Which trees to mourn for (or tie yourself to) before the chopping Muscat and the seven- year itch CENTRAL LINK PROJECT ANALYSIS PAGES 6 & 7 PAGE 8 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 2 Police still trying to establish motive for Farrugia murder Left: Charlene Farrugia, who went missing after driving to Valletta in 2008, and right, John Paul Charles Woods being taken into custody after a hold-up at a Convenience Store outlet in Gzira Boris Johnson succeeds Theresa May as British Prime Minister

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