Ten suspects were arrested Monday over the October 16 auto bomb murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, Malta's prime minister and other authorities announced.
Malta's Prime Minister Joseph Muscat announced eight arrests at a press conference on Monday, and he later tweeted that two other individuals were also apprehended.
Daphne Caruana Galizia, whose reporting focused heavily on corruption on the European Union island nation, was killed October 16 when a bomb destroyed her vehicle as she was driving near her home.
She was well-known in Malta as a journalist who ran a popular blog that doggedly reported claims of corruption among leading politicians.
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Muscat called early elections in June seeking a vote of confidence to counter Caruana Galizia's allegations of corruption.
"Eight of the world's largest media organizations - including The New York Times and the BBC - have demanded the killers be brought to justice".
Caruana Galizia also covered criminal gangs and drug trafficking and was responsible for exposing Malta's links with the so-called Panama Papers document leak.
"Her reportage took aim even at the pinnacles of Maltese power: Earlier this year she reported that Michelle Muscat, wife of Malta's prime minister, secretly owned a mysterious company that had received more than $1 million from Azerbaijan. Muscat ultimately won that election and with it, a second term".
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The Mediterranean country observed a national day of mourning in her honor and has offered a 1-million-euro (1.19 million USA dollar) reward for information about her murder. Farrugia said he wouldn't disclose anything else because "I have been already threatened by legal action by the Caruana Galizia family".
The arrests, made in an operation co-ordinated between the Police Corps, the armed forces of Malta and the security services, were the first known breakthrough in the murder case that has drawn widespread outrage and condemnation.
Replying to Delia, Muscat said he had chose to speak before the lapse of the 48 hours because he felt he was duty-bound to inform the public regarding the arrests, and to do so without creating any prejudice on the case, which is why he had consulted the AG before speaking.
The investigation appeared to be continuing, as police and armed forces had cordoned off an area in Marsa, a small town close to Valletta, the capital.
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A court hearing was set for Tuesday, when the police can officially file charges.