Just over a year ago, Maltese investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was murdered in a car bombing outside her home. But the murder did not stop coverage of issues Caruana Galizia had been examining, including corruption, oil smuggling and money laundering in Malta. Instead, it gave rise to the Daphne Project, which brings together journalists from around the world to continue Caruana Galizia’s work.

The Daphne Project was the first initiative of Forbidden Stories, a global network of journalists ready to take over the work of colleagues who have been threatened, imprisoned or killed.

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