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Today's front pages - August 11, 2018

These are the main stories featured in Saturday's newspapers:

Times of Malta reports a Dutch MEP saying the murder of Daphne Caruana
Galizia is a "clear signal to journalists they are under threat". It also reports that four women working in 'massage parlours' said in court yesterday they had sex with between five and 12 men a day, each paying them €50.

L-orizzont also reports the brothel court case. Another story carries a denial by the Education Ministry that works carried out at school had left an impact on children attending Skolasajf. 

The Malta Independent says that a man caring for 300 ducks at Salina faces enforcement fines. It also reports the Curia's financial results published on Friday. 

In-Nazzjon reports that a pregnant woman had lost her unborn child following a car crash in Naxxar earlier in the week. It also reports the opposition calling for the need for clarification about school transport. 

 

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