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Today's front pages: May 18, 2018

The drama in court after threatening words were uttered by the suspects in the Daphne Caruana Galizia killing was the top story in the Times of Malta on Friday, which also carried a story about two law students being given a warrant in spite of having been found guilty of misdemeanours.

The Malta Independent chooses the Pilatus controversy for its main story, reporting that transactions made to the bank's creditors were basic operational ones. It also quote MP Marthese Portelli saying that the public deserves to know what was happening with the sale of Selmun Palace.

In-Nazzjon reports on one of the recipients of a Maltese passport, Chris Chandler, who is at the centre of a spying scandal, with the newspaper saying that he was referred to Pilatus by a Maltese bank.

L-Orizzont does some background work to find out whether those affected by the delay on the Gozo ferry after a bomb hoax would be able to seek compensation. It also says that more Maltese and Gozitans are travelling, based on Thursday's National Statistic Office report.

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