A consortium of 45 journalists from 18 news organisations, including Times of Malta, have united in a unique collaboration to continue slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s most important stories.
The journalists have for the past five months pored over 750,000 files and official documents to complete Ms Caruana Galizia’s work on corruption and international money laundering networks.
This project was coordinated by Forbidden Stories, an investigative non-profit organisation devoted to completing the work of jailed and murdered journalists.
The media houses, which include The New York Times, Reuters, The Guardian, and Süddeutsche Zeitung, the newspaper behind the Panama Papers, will start publishing revelations from the collaboration on Tuesday.
Ms Caruana Galizia, who was killed by a car bomb outside her home on October 16, was at the forefront of some of the bigger stories in recent years, including the Panama Papers.
Ms Caruana Galizia had put the spotlight on Pilatus Bank, when former bank