Today's front pages - March 13, 2018

All national newspapers today lead with a report about the inconclusive preliminary autopsy held on Zach Meli’s body who died in Paceville early on Sunday. The autopsy showed no signs of violence.

Read: Warning against speculation as autopsy shows no violence on young man who died in Paceville

Times of Malta also says Italian online betting operators gave up their Maltese licences in the wake of investigations into possible Mafia and organised crime connections.

In-Nazzjon reports about the Nationalist Opposition’s withdrawal of support for a Bill which would have granted MPs a pension after serving just one legislature.

L-Orizzont reports a sociologist saying that the Maltese had become more fearful of foreigners.

The Malta Independent leads with a photo of the funeral of champion of the poor Charles Miceli.

Read: Charles Miceli, champion of the poor, passes away

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