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Today's front pages - April 17, 2018

The top stories in Malta's newspapers

Good morning, the following are the top stories in Malta's newspapers.

Times of Malta quotes the director of the Centre for gender studies as saying that women work the equivalent of a month for free every year because of the gender pay gap.

It also reports how the church has made at €8 million property in Sta Venera available for a modern hospice. 

The Times of Malta front page picture shows the vigil held on Monday evening to mark the six-month anniversary of the Daphne Caruana Galizia murder.

The vigil is the lead story in The Malta Independent, which also reports that the finance minister will wait till after a meeting in June to give an update on HSBC's presence in Malta.

In-Nazzjon reports that Parliament has accepted that embryos are human beings, while l-orizzont says there are different opinions on 'the embryos law'.

l-orizzont also says that Simon Busuttil's car was used by people who put up posters to mark the six-month anniversary of Daphne Caruana Galizia's murder.  

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