A bomb that killed a Maltese anti-corruption journalist was detonated by one of the suspects sending a text message from a boat, prosecutors believe.
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s car was blown up as she drove from her home on the island on 16 October.
The assassination sparked outrage in Malta and among many journalists and politicians in Europe and worldwide, who view it as an attack on free speech.
Three men, two of them brothers, were charged with her murder on Tuesday.
Source: Sky News