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Photos of the week - Times of Malta

9-15 April 2015

The Spring hunting referendum, the inauguration of the Malta-Italy Interconnector, the anniversary of the award of the George Cross to Malta, Ebola exercises - Times of Malta presents a selection of its photographers' choice of their best photos over the past days.

President of the Federation for Hunting and Conservation Joe Perici Calascione (centre right) and CEO Lino Farrugia (centre left) talk to the media after claiming victory in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiPresident of the Federation for Hunting and Conservation Joe Perici Calascione (centre right) and CEO Lino Farrugia (centre left) talk to the media after claiming victory in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Hunters celebrate in Rabat on April 12, after winning the referendum to let them continue hunting migrating birds in spring. Photo: Matthew MirabelliHunters celebrate in Rabat on April 12, after winning the referendum to let them continue hunting migrating birds in spring. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Hunters celebrate in Rabat on April 12, after winning the referendum to let them continue hunting migrating birds in spring. Photo: Matthew MirabelliHunters celebrate in Rabat on April 12, after winning the referendum to let them continue hunting migrating birds in spring. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A young boy in hunting attire celebrates victory in Qormi on April 12, after the Yes camp won the spring hunting referendum by a whisker. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA young boy in hunting attire celebrates victory in Qormi on April 12, after the Yes camp won the spring hunting referendum by a whisker. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Hunters celebrate in Qormi with IVA flags on April 12, after winning the referendum to let them continue hunting migrating birds in spring. Photo: Matthew MirabelliHunters celebrate in Qormi with IVA flags on April 12, after winning the referendum to let them continue hunting migrating birds in spring. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Young Maltese hunters take part in a gathering to celebrate the result of the referendum on spring hunting on April 12 in Qormi. Photo: Matthew MirabelliYoung Maltese hunters take part in a gathering to celebrate the result of the referendum on spring hunting on April 12 in Qormi. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Hunters celebrate after claiming victory in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiHunters celebrate after claiming victory in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Federation for Hunting and Conservation CEO Lino Farrugia (right) reacts before claiming victory in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiFederation for Hunting and Conservation CEO Lino Farrugia (right) reacts before claiming victory in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A ballot paper is shown to counting agents during the vote sorting in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA ballot paper is shown to counting agents during the vote sorting in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A counting agent keeps tabs on the votes during the vote sorting in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA counting agent keeps tabs on the votes during the vote sorting in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A counting staff member shows ballot papers to counting agents during the vote sorting in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA counting staff member shows ballot papers to counting agents during the vote sorting in a referendum on spring hunting at the Vote Counting Complex in Naxxar on April 12. Hunters in Malta won a referendum to let them continue to hunt migrating birds in spring, a centuries-old tradition not allowed anywhere else in the European Union. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Hunter Mark Mifsud Bonnici patrols a field as his dog Cookie tries to flush out any quail that may be resting in the tall grass in Bidnija on April 15. Photo: Mark Zammit CordinaHunter Mark Mifsud Bonnici patrols a field as his dog Cookie tries to flush out any quail that may be resting in the tall grass in Bidnija on April 15. Photo: Mark Zammit Cordina

A cuckoo, a protected bird, rests in a tree at Bidnija on April 15. Photo: Mark Zammit CordinaA cuckoo, a protected bird, rests in a tree at Bidnija on April 15. Photo: Mark Zammit Cordina

A hunter’s hide is seen in Manikata on April 15. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA hunter’s hide is seen in Manikata on April 15. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Illegalities will not be tolerated,” Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says during a news conference held following the Yes for spring hunting vote in the referendum on April 12. Photo: Jason BorgIllegalities will not be tolerated,” Prime Minister Joseph Muscat says during a news conference held following the Yes for spring hunting vote in the referendum on April 12. Photo: Jason Borg

Hunter Stefan Micallef is taken to court on charges of shooting a cuckoo, a protected bird, on April 15. He pleaded guilty and had his hunting licence suspended, his shotgun confiscated and was fined €2,500. Photo: Jason BorgHunter Stefan Micallef is taken to court on charges of shooting a cuckoo, a protected bird, on April 15. He pleaded guilty and had his hunting licence suspended, his shotgun confiscated and was fined €2,500. Photo: Jason Borg

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat casts his vote for the spring hunting referendum in Burmarrad on April 11. Photo: Chris Sant FournierPrime Minister Joseph Muscat casts his vote for the spring hunting referendum in Burmarrad on April 11. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Nationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil casts his vote for the spring hunting referendum in Lija on April 11. Photo: Chris Sant FournierNationalist Party leader Simon Busuttil casts his vote for the spring hunting referendum in Lija on April 11. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Paramedics wheel an ill migrant on a stretcher away from an Italian military AB212 II helicopter after it landed at St Luke's Hospital in Gwardamangia on April 13. The female migrant, believed to be Somali, was rescued by a merchant vessel and flown to Malta as part of the ongoing search and rescue operations taking place in the southern Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiParamedics wheel an ill migrant on a stretcher away from an Italian military AB212 II helicopter after it landed at St Luke's Hospital in Gwardamangia on April 13. The female migrant, believed to be Somali, was rescued by a merchant vessel and flown to Malta as part of the ongoing search and rescue operations taking place in the southern Mediterranean. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (right) and Prime Minister Joseph Muscat address a press conference at Castille on April 9. Photo: Chris Sant FournierItalian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (right) and Prime Minister Joseph Muscat address a press conference at Castille on April 9. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi attends the inauguration of the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat praised his predecessor for his vision on energy. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiFormer Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi attends the inauguration of the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat praised his predecessor for his vision on energy. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi attends the inauguration of the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Renzi was in Malta for talks with Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and the inauguration of the interconnector power cable between Sicily and Malta. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiItaly's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi attends the inauguration of the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Renzi was in Malta for talks with Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and the inauguration of the interconnector power cable between Sicily and Malta. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat reaches over to Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi during the opening of the Malta-Sicily interconnector project. The 95-kilometre (59 mi) long subsea cable starts at Magħtab, Qalet Marku in Malta and runs to Marina di Ragusa in Sicily. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPrime Minister Joseph Muscat reaches over to Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi during the opening of the Malta-Sicily interconnector project. The 95-kilometre (59 mi) long subsea cable starts at Magħtab, Qalet Marku in Malta and runs to Marina di Ragusa in Sicily. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (left) and Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat laugh after inaugurating the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Renzi was in Malta for talks with Muscat, and the inauguration of the interconnector power cable between Sicily and Malta. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiItaly's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (left) and Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat laugh after inaugurating the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Renzi was in Malta for talks with Muscat, and the inauguration of the interconnector power cable between Sicily and Malta. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

(Left to right) Malta's former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Malta's current Prime Minister Joseph Muscat talk after the inauguration of the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Renzi was in Malta for talks with Muscat and the inauguration of the interconnector power cable between Sicily and Malta. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi(Left to right) Malta's former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Malta's current Prime Minister Joseph Muscat talk after the inauguration of the Malta-Italy Interconnector in Maghtab on April 9. Renzi was in Malta for talks with Muscat and the inauguration of the interconnector power cable between Sicily and Malta. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca and Fra Matthew Festing, Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John, inspect a guard of honour during a welcome ceremony in St George’s Square in Valletta on April 15. Photo: Chris Sant FournierPresident Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca and Fra Matthew Festing, Grand Master of the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John, inspect a guard of honour during a welcome ceremony in St George’s Square in Valletta on April 15. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A war veteran attends a ceremony in St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to mark the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA war veteran attends a ceremony in St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to mark the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Members of the Police Force participate in a commemorative ceremony held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew MirabelliMembers of the Police Force participate in a commemorative ceremony held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A British and Maltese flag are held from the balcony of Casino Maltese in Republic Street, Valletta during a commemorative ceremony held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, celebrating the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA British and Maltese flag are held from the balcony of Casino Maltese in Republic Street, Valletta during a commemorative ceremony held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, celebrating the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A commemorative ceremony is held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA commemorative ceremony is held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Members of the Police Force participate in a commemorative ceremony held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew MirabelliMembers of the Police Force participate in a commemorative ceremony held at St George’s Square, Valletta on April 14, to celebrate the 73rd anniversary of King George VI’s proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

An Armed Forces of Malta bugler stands at attention during a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial overlooking Grand Harbour in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiAn Armed Forces of Malta bugler stands at attention during a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial overlooking Grand Harbour in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

War veterans attend a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiWar veterans attend a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Military veterans attend a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiMilitary veterans attend a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

An Armed Forces of Malta bugler stands at attention during a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial overlooking Grand Harbour in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiAn Armed Forces of Malta bugler stands at attention during a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial overlooking Grand Harbour in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

An Armed Forces of Malta bugler stands at attention during a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial overlooking Grand Harbour in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiAn Armed Forces of Malta bugler stands at attention during a commemoration service in remembrance of those who lost their lives during World War II at the Siege Bell Memorial overlooking Grand Harbour in Valletta on April 15. The service was held to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of Britain's King George VI's proclamation on April 15, 1942, awarding Malta the George Cross for its sacrifice in World War II. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Maltese bishops Joe Alessandro and Paul Darmanin, who are stationed in Garissa, Kenya, are welcomed at Malta International Airport on April 9 on their arrival here for a short visit before heading to Rome for a meeting with the Pope. Photo: Jason BorgMaltese bishops Joe Alessandro and Paul Darmanin, who are stationed in Garissa, Kenya, are welcomed at Malta International Airport on April 9 on their arrival here for a short visit before heading to Rome for a meeting with the Pope. Photo: Jason Borg

Health workers in hazmat suits bring a simulated patient out of an aircraft while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiHealth workers in hazmat suits bring a simulated patient out of an aircraft while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A Civil Protection worker in protective clothing looks into an aircraft while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA Civil Protection worker in protective clothing looks into an aircraft while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

An Armed Forces of Malta soldier in protective clothing is reflected in an ambulance window while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiAn Armed Forces of Malta soldier in protective clothing is reflected in an ambulance window while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Health workers in hazmat suits transport a simulated patient in an isolation stretcher towards a decontamination tent while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel on Tuesday held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiHealth workers in hazmat suits transport a simulated patient in an isolation stretcher towards a decontamination tent while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel on Tuesday held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Health workers in hazmat suits decontaminate each other inside a decontamination tent after handling a simulated patient with suspected Ebola while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiHealth workers in hazmat suits decontaminate each other inside a decontamination tent after handling a simulated patient with suspected Ebola while taking part in a training exercise at Malta International Airport on April 14. Emergency and medical personnel held an exercise at the airport to test their response should any patient with a highly infectious disease arrive in the country. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A yacht sails off Ghajn Tuffieha Bay on the north-west coast of Malta on April 10. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA yacht sails off Ghajn Tuffieha Bay on the north-west coast of Malta on April 10. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

People sit on the sandy beach at Ghajn Tuffieha Bay on the north-west coast of Malta at sunset on April 10. Picture taken with long exposure. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiPeople sit on the sandy beach at Ghajn Tuffieha Bay on the north-west coast of Malta at sunset on April 10. Picture taken with long exposure. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

An intricately-detailed wooden scale replica of the Royal Navy ship HMS Fife, built entirely form scratch and crafted by hand, is displayed at the home of retired airline worker and self-confessed military history nut, Dennis Vella, in San Gwann on April 11. Mr Vella says that it takes nearly 200 hours of work to build a single destroyer, the smallest class of vessel in his growing collection, not including the countless hours spent studying plans and poring over old history books. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiAn intricately-detailed wooden scale replica of the Royal Navy ship HMS Fife, built entirely form scratch and crafted by hand, is displayed at the home of retired airline worker and self-confessed military history nut, Dennis Vella, in San Gwann on April 11. Mr Vella says that it takes nearly 200 hours of work to build a single destroyer, the smallest class of vessel in his growing collection, not including the countless hours spent studying plans and poring over old history books. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A young girl walks along the spectators’ terrace during the 2015 Easter International Swim Meet at the National Pool in Tal-Qroqq on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA young girl walks along the spectators’ terrace during the 2015 Easter International Swim Meet at the National Pool in Tal-Qroqq on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A swimmer takes part in the 2015 Easter International Swim Meet at the National Pool in Tal-Qroqq on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA swimmer takes part in the 2015 Easter International Swim Meet at the National Pool in Tal-Qroqq on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Swimmers dive into the pool at the start of a race during the 2015 Easter International Swim Meet at the National Pool in Tal-Qroqq on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiSwimmers dive into the pool at the start of a race during the 2015 Easter International Swim Meet at the National Pool in Tal-Qroqq on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Newcomers Virtus Cynergi are one win away from the title after racing into a 2-0 lead on April 12 in the BOV basketball league play-off final series against champions AtoZ Electronics Athleta. Photo: Jason BorgNewcomers Virtus Cynergi are one win away from the title after racing into a 2-0 lead on April 12 in the BOV basketball league play-off final series against champions AtoZ Electronics Athleta. Photo: Jason Borg

Fgura’s Philip Chircop (right) acrobatically challenges St George’s Romario Brignioli (left) for the ball during their Division One football match at the Centenary Stadium in Ta’ Qali on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiFgura’s Philip Chircop (right) acrobatically challenges St George’s Romario Brignioli (left) for the ball during their Division One football match at the Centenary Stadium in Ta’ Qali on April 11. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Taking aim... Valletta’s Hamza Barry tries a shot at the Floriana goal during their Premier League football derby at the National Stadium ainTa’ Qali on April 12. Photo: Jason BorgTaking aim... Valletta’s Hamza Barry tries a shot at the Floriana goal during their Premier League football derby at the National Stadium ainTa’ Qali on April 12. Photo: Jason Borg

 

 

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