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Photos of the week ending December 7, 2017

From MEPs to comic fans and distant volcanoes

Graduates at their graduation ceremony at the University church in Valletta on December 4. Photo: Chris Sant FournierGraduates at their graduation ceremony at the University church in Valletta on December 4. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A cat patiently waits near a fisherman for a fish at ‘il-Fossa’ in Valletta on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA cat patiently waits near a fisherman for a fish at ‘il-Fossa’ in Valletta on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A fisherman casts his rod at ‘il-Fossa’ in Valletta on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA fisherman casts his rod at ‘il-Fossa’ in Valletta on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A man rows his ‘Frejgatina’ in Grand Harbour on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA man rows his ‘Frejgatina’ in Grand Harbour on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

‘Karrozzini’ wait to pick up tourists in Grand Harbour on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier‘Karrozzini’ wait to pick up tourists in Grand Harbour on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

Tourists take a selfie with ‘their’ cruise liner as a backdrop in Grand Harbour on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierTourists take a selfie with ‘their’ cruise liner as a backdrop in Grand Harbour on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

A graduate arranges the hat of another graduate at their graduation ceremony on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant FournierA graduate arranges the hat of another graduate at their graduation ceremony on December 6. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

An Mcast graduate takes a selfie during a ceremony held in Paola on December 6. Photo: Jonathan BorgAn Mcast graduate takes a selfie during a ceremony held in Paola on December 6. Photo: Jonathan Borg

Some 300 kilometres away, Etna, Europe's largest volcano was visible from different parts of Malta and Gozo on December 6. Photo: Jonathan BorgSome 300 kilometres away, Etna, Europe's largest volcano was visible from different parts of Malta and Gozo on December 6. Photo: Jonathan Borg

A cat scurries across the road during a raid in Marsa on Monday, during which 10 people were arrested in connection with Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder on December 4 Photo: Jonathan BorgA cat scurries across the road during a raid in Marsa on Monday, during which 10 people were arrested in connection with Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder on December 4 Photo: Jonathan Borg

Home Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia fields questions from journalists after the arrest of 10 men in connection with Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder on December 4 Photo: Jonathan BorgHome Affairs Minister Michael Farrugia fields questions from journalists after the arrest of 10 men in connection with Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder on December 4 Photo: Jonathan Borg

A swimmer braved the cold yesterday as he took part in the annual Santa Swim organised by the Grand Hotel Excelsior in aid of the Community Chest Fund on December 2. Photo: Jonathan BorgA swimmer braved the cold yesterday as he took part in the annual Santa Swim organised by the Grand Hotel Excelsior in aid of the Community Chest Fund on December 2. Photo: Jonathan Borg

A tiny Father Christmas jacket perched atop a selfie stick makes its way down Republic Street in Valletta. on December 6. Photo: Jonathan BorgA tiny Father Christmas jacket perched atop a selfie stick makes its way down Republic Street in Valletta. on December 6. Photo: Jonathan Borg

Members of the Malta Police Force guard the back door of the law courts as George Degiorgio, Alfred Degiorgio and Vincent Muscat enter the building in Valletta, on December 5 after being charged with the murder of blogger and journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The journalist was killed after a car bomb blew up the car she was in close to her home in Bidnija, on October 16. Photo: Matthew MirabelliMembers of the Malta Police Force guard the back door of the law courts as George Degiorgio, Alfred Degiorgio and Vincent Muscat enter the building in Valletta, on December 5 after being charged with the murder of blogger and journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The journalist was killed after a car bomb blew up the car she was in close to her home in Bidnija, on October 16. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Members of the Malta Police Force guard the back door of the law courts as George Degiorgio, Alfred Degiorgio and Vincent Muscat enter the building in Valletta, on December 5 after being charged with the murder of blogger and journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The journalist was killed after a car bomb blew up the car she was in close to her home in Bidnija, on October 16. Photo: Matthew MirabelliMembers of the Malta Police Force guard the back door of the law courts as George Degiorgio, Alfred Degiorgio and Vincent Muscat enter the building in Valletta, on December 5 after being charged with the murder of blogger and journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The journalist was killed after a car bomb blew up the car she was in close to her home in Bidnija, on October 16. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

One of the accused is led out of the back door of the law courts in Valletta, on December 5 after being charged with the murder of blogger and journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The journalist was killed after a car bomb blew up the car she was in close to her home in Bidnija, on October 16. Photo: Matthew MirabelliOne of the accused is led out of the back door of the law courts in Valletta, on December 5 after being charged with the murder of blogger and journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The journalist was killed after a car bomb blew up the car she was in close to her home in Bidnija, on October 16. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A police motor bike, escorting MEP’s who were in Malta on a two-day fact-finding mission, tries to make his way through activists who gathered outside Dar l-Ewropa in Valletta calling for respect for the rule of law on December 1. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA police motor bike, escorting MEP’s who were in Malta on a two-day fact-finding mission, tries to make his way through activists who gathered outside Dar l-Ewropa in Valletta calling for respect for the rule of law on December 1. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Portuguese MEP Ana Gomes walks by activists who gathered outside Dar l-Ewropa in Valletta on December 1, calling for respect for the rule of law. Ms Gomes led a two-day fact-finding mission in Malta. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPortuguese MEP Ana Gomes walks by activists who gathered outside Dar l-Ewropa in Valletta on December 1, calling for respect for the rule of law. Ms Gomes led a two-day fact-finding mission in Malta. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A man in costume participates in the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA man in costume participates in the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A man in costume participates in the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA man in costume participates in the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A girl takes a photograph during the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA girl takes a photograph during the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A man in costume poses for a photograph during the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA man in costume poses for a photograph during the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A lady in costume browses through some comics during the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA lady in costume browses through some comics during the 2017 Comic Con at The Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Italian Judge Antonio Di Pietro is greeted by former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi at a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliItalian Judge Antonio Di Pietro is greeted by former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi at a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

People walk with banners during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPeople walk with banners during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

People walk with banners during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPeople walk with banners during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

People gather in Valletta during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPeople gather in Valletta during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

People gather in Valletta during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPeople gather in Valletta during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Former Italian Judge Antonio Di Pietro addresses a demonstration organised by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliFormer Italian Judge Antonio Di Pietro addresses a demonstration organised by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

People gather in Valletta during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew MirabelliPeople gather in Valletta during a demonstration organized by the Civil Society Network in Valletta on December 3. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

Family and friends take photographs with their mobile phones as graduates enter the University Church in Valletta on December 5. Photo: Matthew MirabelliFamily and friends take photographs with their mobile phones as graduates enter the University Church in Valletta on December 5. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

A little girl walks past a painting reflected in St George’s Square in Valletta on December 5. Photo: Matthew MirabelliA little girl walks past a painting reflected in St George’s Square in Valletta on December 5. Photo: Matthew Mirabelli

 

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