Manchester United players choose their favourite locations in Malta

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As part of Manchester United’s agreement with the Malta Tourism Authority, Malta is the club’s official destination partner and a few of the club’s players had their say on some locations they would visit when holidaying in Malta.

Right off the bat, French midfielder Paul Pogba shared his love of swimming and fish, as long as we don’t have any sharks. His teammates, Swedish centre back Victor Lindelöf and full back Brandon Williams also shared their love of the beach, with Lindelöf saying that Comino would be the perfect place to spend the first day of a holiday.

Throughout the course of the video, shared on Manchester United’s official website, the players individually create their ideal postcard for Malta.


Biden-family dogs Champ and Major arrive at the White House

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Now that President Joe Biden has settled into the Oval Office and started flipping the American policy on its head, the latest White House tenants have arrived as the Biden-family German shepherds Champ and Major have been seen at the White House.

In a post shared by Dr. Jill Biden, the dogs can be seen wandering around White House grounds, with the Delaware Human Association co-sponsoring an ‘indoguration’ saluting Major’s climb from a dog shelter to the White House.

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32-year-old Pakistani arrested over alleged sexual activity with minor

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Investigations held by the Malta Force’s Vice Squad and Paola District have led to the arrest of a 32-year-old man from Pakistan in relation to alleged sexual activity with a minor.

Magistrate Dr. Donatella Frendo Dimech LL.D opened the inquiry while police investigations are currently under way.

The man is currently being held under arrest while the police conduct their investigation and is expected to be taken to court in the coming hours.


Italian PM Conte to resign amid pandemic criticism

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Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte will hand in his resignation amid harsh criticism with regards to his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thus far, Italy has registered over 85,000 COVID-19 deaths with Conte hoping for a presidential mandate to form a stronger government following his losing the majority in the Italian Senate.

The law professor has led two coalition governments since 2018 and is set to meet Italian President Sergio Mattarella to decide the way forward.