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Photos of the week - Times of Malta

31 March-6 April 2016

Times of Malta presents a selection of its photographers' choice of their best photos over the past days.

Shadow Justice Minister Jason Azzopardi and his wife acknowledge the cheers and applause from the hundreds of people who turned up to show their support outside the law courts in Valletta on April 6. Jason Azzopardi is charged with defamation, having accused former police commissioner Peter Paul Zammit of leaking a police file to the media last June. Photo: Chris Sant FournierShadow Justice Minister Jason Azzopardi and his wife acknowledge the cheers and applause from the hundreds of people who turned up to show their support outside the law courts in Valletta on April 6. Jason Azzopardi is charged with defamation, having accused former police commissioner Peter Paul Zammit of leaking a police file to the media last June. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Shadow Justice Minister Jason Azzopardi is hugged by a sympathizer shortly before arriving at the law courts in Valletta on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierShadow Justice Minister Jason Azzopardi is hugged by a sympathizer shortly before arriving at the law courts in Valletta on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Shadow Minister Jason Azzopardi greets his supporters outside the courts on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierShadow Minister Jason Azzopardi greets his supporters outside the courts on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Opposition Leader Simon Busuttil is greeted by PN supporters upon arriving at the law courts in Valletta on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierOpposition Leader Simon Busuttil is greeted by PN supporters upon arriving at the law courts in Valletta on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil and Shadow Justice Minister Jason Azzopardi greet each other at the courts in Valletta on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierOpposition leader Simon Busuttil and Shadow Justice Minister Jason Azzopardi greet each other at the courts in Valletta on April 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil addresses a press conference at Parliament in Valletta on April 5, announcing a national protest against the government following the Panama Papers leak. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiOpposition leader Simon Busuttil addresses a press conference at Parliament in Valletta on April 5, announcing a national protest against the government following the Panama Papers leak. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat shares a giggle with his wife Michelle at the wreath laying ceremony on the Freedom Day monument in Vittoriosa on March 30. Photo: Chris Sant FournierPrime Minister Joseph Muscat shares a giggle with his wife Michelle at the wreath laying ceremony on the Freedom Day monument in Vittoriosa on March 30. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A year after the Metropolis project in Testaferrata Street, Gżira was inaugurated, there is still no more than a big hole in the ground, as is seen on April 5. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA year after the Metropolis project in Testaferrata Street, Gżira was inaugurated, there is still no more than a big hole in the ground, as is seen on April 5. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A group of Scots exit the court in Valletta on April 1, after being charged with causing mayhem on a Ryanair flight to Malta earlier in the week. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA group of Scots exit the court in Valletta on April 1, after being charged with causing mayhem on a Ryanair flight to Malta earlier in the week. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A participant reacts as coloured powder is thrown during the Holi Festival of Colours organised by the Maltese-Indian community in Qormi on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA participant reacts as coloured powder is thrown during the Holi Festival of Colours organised by the Maltese-Indian community in Qormi on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Participants throw coloured powder at each other during the Holi Festival of Colours organised by the Maltese-Indian community in Qormi on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiParticipants throw coloured powder at each other during the Holi Festival of Colours organised by the Maltese-Indian community in Qormi on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A child scoops up coloured powder from the ground during the Holi Festival of Colours organised by the Maltese-Indian community in Qormi on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiA child scoops up coloured powder from the ground during the Holi Festival of Colours organised by the Maltese-Indian community in Qormi on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

An oarsman falls out of his boat during the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Rowing teams from the cities and towns surrounding Grand Harbour take part in the annual contested event, part of the celebrations commemorating the closure of the British naval and air bases on the island in 1979. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiAn oarsman falls out of his boat during the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Rowing teams from the cities and towns surrounding Grand Harbour take part in the annual contested event, part of the celebrations commemorating the closure of the British naval and air bases on the island in 1979. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Spectators line the fortifications of Senglea while watching the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiSpectators line the fortifications of Senglea while watching the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Oarsmen from the town of Cospicua celebrate winning the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiOarsmen from the town of Cospicua celebrate winning the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Supporters from the town of Cospicua celebrate winning the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiSupporters from the town of Cospicua celebrate winning the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

Oarsmen from the town of Cospicua celebrate winning the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit LupiOarsmen from the town of Cospicua celebrate winning the Freedom Day Regatta in Valletta's Grand Harbour on March 31. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi

A sculpture of a cat sits on a rooftop in Independence Garden in Sliema on April 4. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA sculpture of a cat sits on a rooftop in Independence Garden in Sliema on April 4. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A horse and sulky race down Mons Mikel Azzopardi Street in Siggiewi on April 3. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA horse and sulky race down Mons Mikel Azzopardi Street in Siggiewi on April 3. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Kites surfers enjoy the strong wind at Ghadira Bay in Mellieha on April 6. Photo: Matthew MirabelliKites surfers enjoy the strong wind at Ghadira Bay in Mellieha on April 6. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A couple walk along the beach in Mellieha as a kite surfer makes the most of the north-easterly wind on April 6. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA couple walk along the beach in Mellieha as a kite surfer makes the most of the north-easterly wind on April 6. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Sailing boat masts are semi-silhouetted against the evening sky in Vittoriosa on March 30. Photo: Chris Sant FournierSailing boat masts are semi-silhouetted against the evening sky in Vittoriosa on March 30. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Floriana goalkeeper Matthew Calleja Cremona protests with referee Esther Azzopardi after being shown a straight red card during the Premier League football match against Hibernians at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on April 3. Photo: Steve Zammit LupiFloriana goalkeeper Matthew Calleja Cremona protests with referee Esther Azzopardi after being shown a straight red card during the Premier League football match against Hibernians at the National Stadium in Ta’Qali on April 3. Photo: Steve Zammit Lupi

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