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➡️ 'A step closer towards justice' - Malta's Prime Minister hopes a first guilty plea brings relief to the family of the murdered investigative journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia.
➡️ She's not the only journalist to be intimidated for doing her job. We'll hear from a Northern Ireland reporter who regularly receives death threats.
➡️ Open the borders!- 6 EU member states are criticised for closing borders as they try to limit Coronavirus infections.
➡️ 15 time golf major champion, Tiger Woods, suffers multiple leg injuries and has to be cut from the wreckage of a car crash near Los Angeles.
➡️ Should you choose which vaccine you receive? In Serbia, you can. But with reports that some German patients are refusing specific jabs, we'll ask how individual choice may be limiting the wider vaccine rollout.
➡️ And its a staple of European food. Olive oil is used on everything from salads to pizzas. But Spanish sales slumped after Donald Trump imposed tariffs. We'll see how Madrid hopes to lift the taxes.
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