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SUNDAY • 28 NOVEMBER 2021 • ISSUE 1152 • PUBLISHED SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY maltatoday Metsola eyes the prize Farewell to Malta or BRB? TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT Roberta Metsola could become the new face of Malta's soft power in the European Union PAGE 8 Fenech and Theuma in court bids to force perjury probe PAGE 4 PAGE 3 €1.95 MATTHEW AGIUS YORGEN Fenech has stated he will testify against Melvin Theu- ma in a future prosecution over false testimony, filing challenge proceedings against the Com- missioner of Police to press per- jury charges against the self-con- fessed middleman in the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. Fenech's lawyers accused Theuma of "inconsistencies and contradictions" in his testimo- ny, filing a criminal complaint at the Valletta police station, urg- ing the police to investigate and charge Theuma for perjury and swearing false oaths. Theuma had testified before the magisterial inquiry into the fatal explosion in Bidnija which claimed Caruana Galizia's life, as well as in the compilations of evidence against alleged master- mind Yorgen Fenech, criminals George and Alfred Degiorgio, and the Agius brothers, known as tal-Maksar, who had allegedly procured the bomb for the De- giorgios. GAIL DEBONO We have to talk about men Male mental health has been ignored by societal norms for boys 'not to cry' PAGE 10 FREE with MaltaToday Alleged mastermind in the Caruana Galizia assassination Yorgen Fenech, and State witness Melvin Theuma, want the police to start perjury and calumny investigations against each other Lawyers for both the alleged mastermind Yorgen Fenech (left) and Melvin Theuma (right) want the courts to force a police investigation into accusations they made against each other on false testimony and calumny Suicide too complex to be reduced to 'clickbait' MT2 INTERVIEW KURT SANSONE MALTA registered 95 new cases of COVID-19 on Satur- day, the second highest in a week as infections continue to surge. However, figures released by the Health Ministry also show that hospitalisations remained stable with 12 people receiving treatment at Mater Dei Hospi- tal, including one in ITU. No deaths were recorded yes- terday after four people died on Thursday and Friday. Active cases in the community now stand at 1,051 after 47 re- coveries. Malta's vaccine booster dose campaign continued to move forward steadily with more than 110,000 doses administered un- til yesterday. COVID cases surge, hospitalisations stable but world rattled by Omicron

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