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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 14 FEBRUARY 2024 • ISSUE 881 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 THERE is no immediate plan at Ma- ter Dei Hospital to segregate women who have a miscarriage from moth- ers with new born babies, the Health Ministry has confirmed. The practice to keep women who miscarry in the same wards as other women was described as "cruel" by La- bour MP Katya De Giovanni last week. Health Minister Jo-Etienne Abe- la has practically confirmed that the situation today is exactly as it was 18 months ago when the ministry had said it was planning to create a sepa- rate unit for women who miscarry. PAGE 3 Failed promise: Women who miscarry treated in maternity ward MATTHEW AGIUS Magistrate dismisses police officers' complaint after accused swears at them outside the courtroom Health minister Jo-Etienne Abela Magistrate Joe Mifsud Six youths get bail on brutal carnival knife assault on 16-year-old A commotion broke out in a courtroom on Tuesday morning, after a 20-year-old defendant insulted a po- lice inspector, at the end of a dispiriting arraignment where the duty magistrate appeared dismissive of vio- lent behaviour by a group of minors who were accused of savagely beating a 16-year-old boy. PAGE 3 KURT SANSONE Health Ministry, Mater Dei Hospital still studying solution to separate women who have a miscarriage from expectant mothers and women who have just given birth

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