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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 18 OCTOBER 2023 • ISSUE 865 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 13 GasanZammit Motors Ltd., Triq il-Merghat, Zone 1, Central Business District, Birkirkara CBD 1020 Tel: 27788225 email: | The Volvo XC60 Third of Maltese feel worn out MARIANNA CALLEJA FOR the people of Gaza, this war is nothing new, Sanaa El-Nahhal told MaltaToday on Tuesday afternoon. "I am from Gaza, my family is all there. All the time I watch the news or wait for the phone call to tell me that someone I know has died," she told MaltaToday with a heavy heart. On Tuesday afternoon El-Nahhal, an Arabic Language Centre direc- tor joined Palestinians and Maltese supporters at Valletta to protest against the ongoing Israeli siege on Gaza that has claimed the lives of more than 3,000 people. Carrying a huge Palestinian flag, and a banner of children who died in the conflict, El-Nahhal chant- ed 'Hurriyeh' (the Arabic word for freedom) and sang before speakers addressed the crowd. JAMES DEBONO A Eurobarometer survey conducted in June and published last week shows that approximately one- third of the Maltese population feels tired and worn out. Only a fifth of respondents reported feelings of tranquility and calm. Notably, Malta emerged with the second-highest proportion of individu- als who experienced emotional and psychosocial challenges in the past year. On a broader European scale, almost half of the respondents across the EU (46%), admitted to grappling with emotional or psychosocial prob- lems like depression and anxiety in the last 12 months. Palestinians denounce Israeli aggression in Gaza at Valletta protest Israel - Hamas war PAGE 5 CONTINUES PAGE 10 SEE ALSO ISRAEL - HAMAS CONFLICT PAGES 7 - 9 PHOTO: JAMES BIANCHI / MEDIATODAY

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