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A who’s who of Yorgen Fenech’s Las Vegas Trip

 - Local - Oct 29 SHARE ON:

As the Yorgen Fenech saga continues, further information has been unveiled regarding Fenech’s companions in his 2018 Las Vegas trip. 

Apart from the Tumas group boss, Charlene Bianco Farrugia was also in attendance. Bianco Farrugia was formerly a personal assistant to Keith Schembri during the Labour Party’s first term. During the trip, she was an OPM official and not a Schembri assistant.

Along with them, gaming authority official Edwina Licari and chief financial regulator Joe Cuschieri.

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Two more COVID-19 victims bring death toll up to 58

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The Health Authorities have reported two more COVID-19 deaths on Thursday morning. 

One of the victims is an 82-year-old man who who was admitted to Mater Dei on the 25th of September, tested positive on the 26th and died yesterday. 

The other victim is a 66-year-old man who tested positive on the 1st of October, was admitted to Mater Dei on the 8th of October and also died yesterday. 

It has been reported that both cases had underlying health conditions.

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Suspected terrorist attack at Notre Dame Basilica

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At least two people were killed in a knife attack in Nice, France as the local mayor has ruled a potential ‘terrorist’ attack. 

The incident occurred at the Notre Dame Basilica on Thursday where the attacker was shot by officials and taken into custody shortly after. 

Nice medics are currently trying to save the life of a third victim who tried to escape.

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Schools must remain open as France announces new lockdown

 - COVID-19 - Oct 29 SHARE ON:

As Europe continues to feel the effects of COVID-19, France is the next country to announce new lockdown measures to decelerate cases.

Effective from Thursday night up until the 1st of December at the least, French President Emmanuel Macron has announced the closure of bars, restaurants and non-essential business. 

However, schools will remain open as students will carry on with their curricula as well as factories and certain public services to avoid irreparable economic damage.

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