published in The New Yorker
A few years ago, global news exploded with the story of a murdered journalist in Malta - an act apparently carried out by the country's own government. What was once a mostly unknown island in the Mediterranean Sea soon fell into the international spotlight. Daphne Caruana Galizia had exposed rampant corruption in her island's government and payed an awful price. Ben Taub interviews her sons and others associated both with Daphne's death and Malta's corruption more broadly.
212 days ago