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MATTHEW VELLA THE family of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has penned a letter to the Slovenian presidency of the EU, calling for a stop to European funds that could finance Malta's gas pipeline project. Later today, Matthew Caruana Galizia will be holding a joint conference with two MEPs, Claudia Gamon and Marie Toussaint, on the funds. Both MEPs are shadow rapporteurs on the TEN-E file for the Renew group and Greens/EFA group respectively. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 8 DECEMBER 2021 • ISSUE 767 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 ANALYSIS PAGES 8 & 9 PAGE 4 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 Get €100 cashback when investing €5,000 or more Caruana Galizias say gas pipeline triggers €100m payment to Electrogas Iklin shooting: victim solicited cash to change testimony Labour landslide or wipeout? The PN's prospects Family tells Slovenian EU Presidency that the public funds for the €400 million gas pipeline would also be flowing "to the owners of a corrupt project" MATTHEW AGIUS A court has been told how a man accused of a shooting in Iklin had admitted to the crime immedi- ately and that the Police had also arrested the victim, whilst he was still in hospital, after receiving in- formation that he had been trying to solicit money in exchange for changing his version of events in the investigation. Magistrate Monica Vella contin- ued to hear evidence in the case against Ryan Sultana on Tuesday. Sultana, 24, of Iklin stands charged with shooting and grievously injur- ing a 55-year-old man, in a dispute thought to revolve around fraud. PN division call pushes final vote on cannabis reform to next week

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