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2 maltatoday | SUNDAY • 14 MARCH 2021 NEWS Delivery fee of just €1 per day for orders up to 5 newspapers per address To subscribe 1. Email us your choice of newspapers, recipient's name, address, contact number to production 2. Forward cheques payable to Miller Distributors Ltd on address: Miller House, Airport Way, Tarxien Road, Luqa LQA1814 Queries on other news- papers and magazines, production@ maltatoday Same-day delivery of your favourite Sunday newspaper Monday-Friday MaltaToday Midweek • €1 BusinessToday • €1.50 Sunday MaltaToday • €1.95 ILLUM • €1.25 Support your favourite newspaper with a subscription CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 The Agius brothers, known by their family nickname 'tal-Maksar', are facing charges of having procured the bomb that killed Daph- ne Caruana Galizia in October 2017, as well as complicity in the murder of lawyer Car- mel Chircop in 2015. Now, one of the Caruana Galizia hitmen who pleaded guilty to murder, Vince Muscat 'il-Koħħu', has suggested both the hitmen as well as the alleged procurers of the bomb had discussed the bomb attack on Bone. In his testimony to the court last week, Muscat described in detail the plot to kill Caruana Galizia: "It was a neat bomb, it had a stainless steel face. It had an apparatus in which the SIM card would be inserted. The bomb came with a mobile phone. It had a switch. You send a particular message to the SIM card on the bomb. Either Jamie [Vella, accused in connection with the Agiuses on the Chircop murder] or Robert [Agius] had told us it would explode seconds later. It had some 500g of explosive. George [Degiorgio, Bone bomb mentioned by Daphne killers

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