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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 2 APRIL 2023 • ISSUE 1223 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY PAGE 6 PAGE 2 Actor Mario Aquilina says 'being Christ is more than growing your beard and hair' PAGE 15 There is no political will to amend the political party financing law, says Franco Debono PAGES 6 & 7 Party financing Playing Jesus 'A sea of life' KURT SANSONE HUNDREDS of Bangladeshi migrants are being smuggled aboard charter flights into Libya where they get onto boats to reach Europe, according to intelligence seen by MaltaToday. Criminal groups are charging migrants €1,500 each for the transfer between Da- mascus in Syria and Benghazi in Libya, using flights operated by Syrian airline Cham Wings. MARIANNA CALLEJA GENETIC testing on embryos for hereditary diseases is still un- available at Mater Dei Hospital eight months after the law was changed, MaltaToday has learnt. Pre-implantation genetic test- ing on embryos as part of the in-vitro fertilisation treatment was overwhelmingly approved by parliament in July 2022. The legal changes allow doctors to test em- bryos for monogenic disorders in cases where the couple has a known family history of heredi- tary genetic disease. Embryo genetic tests still unavailable eight months after legal changes Flight to Benghazi, boat to Europe: a people smuggling network's brochure REVEALED: Intelligence shows how migrant smuggling groups use chartered f lights from Damascus to lure Bangladeshi people to Libya for the dangerous boat crossing to Europe Criminal groups are using Syrian airline Cham Wings to transfer migrants between Damascus and Benghazi €1.95 maltatoday Italian MEP Pietro Bortolo calls on Europe to rediscover its 'humanity' INTERVIEW MT2

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