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MATTHEW AGIUS A court has found sufficient pri- ma facie evidence to place Yor- gen Fenech under a bill of in- dictment for money laundering offences. Fenech is accused of laundering and misappropriating funds from a company that he owns with his uncle Ray Fenech. On Monday the court heard transcripts of chats where Fenech asked "how much did we launder" and goes on to say "so that no questions are asked." WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 08 SEPTEMBER 2021 • ISSUE 754 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 Yorgen Fenech to be formally charged with money laundering Students will need to wear face masks in class even if vaccinated, education minister says LAURA CALLEJA STUDENTS must continue to wear face masks in class, whether they are vaccinated or not, Education Minister Justyne Caruana said on Tues- day while announcing new COVID-19 protocols for the upcoming academic year. She said that the decision to retain the measure was so as not to discriminate against those who cannot get vacci- nated. Schools are set to open on 29 September after the summer break. PAGE 2 Yorgen Fenech is set to be formally charged for money laundering, apart from other charges in separate proceedings Yorgen Fenech

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