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Demonstrators raise pictures of slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia during a demonstration outside Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat's office late last month. During a televised address Sunday night, the premier announced he would be resigning amid pressure over the reporter's death. Rene Rossignaud/AP hide caption

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Protesters hold up pictures of Daphne Caruana Galizia as they gather earlier this month outside the prime minister's office in Valletta, Malta. Painful questions about the investigative journalist's murder have lingered since she was killed by a car bomb in 2017. Matthew Mirabelli/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Matthew Caruana Galizia (left) and Paul Caruana Galizia, the sons of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, attend a vigil outside the Maltese High Commission in London on April 16, six months after she was assassinated. Tolga Akmen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Who Ordered The Car Bomb That Killed Maltese Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia?

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Women grieve as the coffin of one of the 24 migrants who drowned while trying to reach Italy, is buried in Santa Maria Addolorata Cemetery on the outskirts of Valletta, Malta, on April 23, 2015. The migrants died as a smuggler's boat crammed with hundreds of people overturned off the coast of Libya. Alessandra Tarantino/AP hide caption

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'I Do This For The Families': The Daunting Task Of Identifying Missing Migrants

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The Aquarius, a former North Atlantic fisheries protection ship now used by humanitarian groups SOS Mediterranee and Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders), is seen in December 2017 during a rescue operation in the Mediterranean Sea. The rescue ship was stranded this weekend after Italy and Malta refused to allow it to dock. Federico Scoppa/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Police and forensic experts inspect the wreckage of a car bomb believed to have killed journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia close to her home in Bidnija, Malta, on Monday. The force of the blast broke her car into several pieces, witnesses said. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Daphne Caruana Galizia, Top Investigative Reporter In Malta, Killed By Car Bomb

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An Afriqiyah Airways plane from Libya sits on the tarmac in Malta on Friday. Malta's state television said two hijackers who diverted a Libyan commercial plane to the Mediterranean island nation had threatened to blow it up. Jonathan Borg/AP hide caption

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