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EveryMatrix Software’s partnership with Competition Labs to help improve player retention, lifetime values

EveryMatrix Software’s partnership with Competition Labs to help improve player retention, lifetime values

Malta-based online casino software developer EveryMatrix Software Limited’s recently announced partnership deal with Competition Labs Limited is widely expected to help the company improve its play

Italy and Malta want EU to handle rejected immigrants

Italy and Malta want EU to handle rejected immigrantsValletta - Responsibilities of the EU's border patrol agency should be widened to include repatriation of immigrants who fail to qualify for refugee and humanitarian protection, according to proposals made Italy and Malta that were disclosed Friday.

Frontex should be roped in to get such immigrants the necessary documentation for repatriation, the Maltese and Italian governments said following a conciliatory meeting in Brussels.

Malta claims it is not diverting immigrants to Italy

Malta claims it is not diverting immigrants to ItalyValletta - Malta on Tuesday denied claims that it had diverted 40,000 would-be illegal immigrants to Italy in recent years.

Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni presented a dossier to the European Commission on Tuesday in the wake of Malta's refusal to accept refugees from a Turkish vessel.

More than 140 immigrants were left stranded off Lampedusa for three days at the end of last week, after the rescue vessel Pinar was refused entry by both Italy and Malta.

Ahmadinejad urged to be "constructive" before controversial speech

Ahmadinejad urged to be "constructive" before controversial speechValletta, Malta - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said Tuesday that he had urged Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to make a balanced and constructive contribution to a racism conference, at which the Iranian leader triggered a walkout.

150 immigrants in limbo as Italy and Malta relations turn sour

150 immigrants in limbo as Italy and Malta relations turn sour Valletta, Malta - Some 150 would-be illegal immigrants remained in a watery limbo off the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa on Saturday as Italy and Malta traded accusations of failure to live up to their international obligations.

The group of African immigrants was rescued from two separate boats by a Turkish cargo ship near Lampedusa on Thursday in an operation coordinated by the Armed Forces of Malta.

Malta and Italy in stand-off over immigrants

Malta and Italy in stand-off over immigrants Valletta  - Malta has refused to take in 154 would-be illegal immigrants shortly after Italy also denied them permission to land in Lampedusa, officials said Friday.

The immigrants had been picked up by a Turkish cargo ship just over 40 nautical miles off Lampedusa.

Malta is insisting that in terms of international conventions, the immigrants were to be brought to the nearest safe port, which in this case was Lampedusa.

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