The following are the main stories in Tuesday’s newspapers.

Times of Malta says that according to a Council of Europe report, there is a “notable lack of credible indications” that the Maltese authorities are diligently investigating who could have planned and commissioned the killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia. In another story, the newspaper says a new drug dubbed ‘the Trojan Horse of cancer’ has moved on to the final trial phase after proving effective against six types of cancers as part of research led by a Maltese doctor. 

The Malta Independent says Transport Minister Ian Borg is expected to receive the fuel stations policy review soon.

L-Orizzont quotes Malta Hotels and Restaurants president Tony Zahra saying Malta should be a quality and not a mass tourism destination.

In-Nazzjon leads with a meeting PN leader Adrian Delia had with the Malta Union of Teachers.


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