A woman throws a flower at a funeral cortege of former Prime Minister Dom Mintoff. Bormla, 2012.

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A crowd gathers at a vigil to mourn the loss of 24 migrants who were found dead in the Mediterranean during a fatal crossing, the worst ever recorded capsizing of a migrant boat in the Mediterranean. Sliema, April 2015.

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Bouquets of flowers stacked in a room at Mater Dei Hospital, sent by members of the public for a funeral for 24 migrants found dead in the Mediterranean during a fatal crossing, the worst ever recorded capsizing of a migrant boat in the Mediterranean. April 2015.

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Portrait of UBS Whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld for Die Zeit. April 2017.

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Children gasp in disbelief as their team loses the annual regatta race. Senglea, 2016.

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Nationalist Party mass meeting. Balzan, May 2017.

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Maram. Portrait for UNHCR Malta. June 2018

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Head of media faculty Dr Gorg Mallia, months after the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia, 2018. For First Magazine.

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Alex Mangion and his wife Josianne with Josianne's parents on their wedding day. Alex was the first transgender Maltese politician to get married under the law passed in 2017.

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Bystanders look on at a crowd of people protesting in the street two weeks after the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. The bayleafs in their hands are symbols which became synonymous with Daphne, as they mean both 'strength' and 'Daphne' in Greek Mythology. Sliema, November, 2017.

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A crowd gather at the site of the assassination demanding justice, 2 months after the murder. Bidnija, December 2017

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A bystander holds her dog as she looks at a block of apartments that suddenly fell to the ground shaken by a construction site next door. This occurance was one of three within a period of a few months. Msida, April 2019.

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An activist points to the spot where Lassana Cisse was found bleeding to death in a racially-motivated murder. Cisse, 42, was on his way to check on his fellow countrymen at the open centre after work, when he was shot and killed. April 2017.

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A student holds up a sign during a Climate Strike, in one of the series of protests starting by Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, raising awareness globally about the climate change emergency. Valletta, March 2019.

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People gather to protest the chopping down of old trees in one of Malta's roads. Rabat, July 2019.

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Penitents get ready for the procession on Good Friday by carrying their crosses and attaching heavy chains to their ankles, before walking around the streets of the town. Xaghra, Gozo. April 2019.

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A man holds up a poster at a mass meeting organised by the Labour Party to celebrating Workers Day. Prime Minister Joseph Muscat had said that the gathering will be held to give a response to the Daphne Project - a group of journalists who had published serious revelations from their investigations which continued the work of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. Valletta, May 2018.

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Jean Paul holds a pumpkin on his father's 29-acre farm, which has been part of their family and central to their livelihood for the past 80 years. That was about to change as the controversial Central Link Project, an infrastructural project, would take away the three most vital acres of the plot. Through the project, dozens of farmers are set to lose irrigated fields, greenhouses,crops, and more, to a questionable compensation. Attard, July 2019, for Sunday Circle.

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Corinne Vella and Helene Asciak, two of Daphne Caruana Galizia's sisters, confront the police after protesters are shut out of Castille whilst other activists protest inside. Valletta, December 2019. For Liberation.

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People gather at the monthly vigil for Daphne Caruana Galizia, 25 months after her murder. December 2019 for The Shift News.

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