Malta has the highest share of adult female prisoners in Europe

Malta has the highest share of adult female prisoners in Europe
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Data and information published by the statistical office of the European Union (EU) Eurostat has shown that Malta has the largest share of female prisoners in the European Union.

Data shows that between 2017 and 2019, the highest average shares were noted in Malta, with 9.8 per cent, Latvia with 8.1 per cent, Czechia with 7.8 per cent and Spain and Finland with 7.6 per cent.

The lowest shares of female population within prisons belonged to Bulgaria with 3.2 per cent, France with 3.6 per cent, Denmark and Poland with 4.1 per cent and Italy with 4.3 per cent.


Ronaldo becomes the highest scoring men’s international player

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Despite missing a disappointing penalty against the Republic of Ireland last night, Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo managed to secure two late goals to become the highest scoring men’s international player.

The 36-year-old captain now boasts 111 goals in international football and is followed by Iranian Ali Daei with 109 goals, Malaysian Mokhtar Dahari with 89 goals, Hungarian Ferenc Puskas with 84 goals, Zambian Godfrey Chitalu with 79, Iraqi Hussein Saeed with 78, Brazilian Pele with 77 and Lionel Messi with 76.

Ronaldo scored two goals during last nights game versus Ireland for their World Cup Qualifiers within Group A, with the Portuguese captain dominating international headlines recently after his shock move to Manchester United.cs Ronaldo the Greatest of All Time?


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WATCH: “If your pockets are full, you can do as you wish”; Valletta resident goes viral after posting rant

WATCH: "If your pockets are full, you can do as you wish"; Valletta resident goes viral after posting rant
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A valletta resident’s Facebook video has been making waves on social media after his blunt criticism of the recently-installed metal platform in Merchants Street Valletta.

The resident, known as ‘Il-Boat’, stated that the platform is an example and consequences of the “tyranny of the rich”, going on to state that if your pockets are full in Malta, you can do as you wish.

The concerned man highlighted that he will be going ‘all out’ against the forces and authorities who are turning Valletta’s capital city to a playground for the rich to the detriment of the city’s residents.

The Valletta Council has since posted a reply to the situation, stating that the permission given to AX Holdings for the platform in Merchant Street was not asked or given from the Valletta Local Council and went on to criticise the placement of the platform and call for the care of Valletta’s civil and cultural identity.

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After historic national victory, Malta’s football team looks to away match against Slovenia

After historic national victory Malta's football looks to away match against Slovenia
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Malta’s national football team ended last night’s match on a high with a momentous 3-0 victory over Cyprus within the World Cup qualification group H.

With two earth-shattering goals from Cain Attard and another magnificent goal from Joseph Mbong, Malta managed to win its first-ever World Cup qualifier win. Sports journalist Gianuca Lia went on to highlight that Malta is now ‘1 point away from the record of 5 points in a qualification round for a major tournament’.

Malta is currently tied with Russia for most goals in Group H as the nation expressed its pride towards the national team as they head into their away game against Slovenia on Saturday.

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The Malta Football Association went on to thank Malta’s very own South End Core for their choreography and constant cheering, marking the first time that fans returned to Ta’ Qali Stadium since the beginning of the pandemic.

National football team coach Devis Mangia’s approach and dedication, together with having Maltese fans return to the ground for the first-time since the beginning of the pandemic, created a recipe for success for the national team.