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Malta,

an island in the Mediterranean Sea south of Sicily.
Malta fever - Synonym(s): brucellosis
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Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Malta to Georgia (since 2010).
Last week, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca was elected President of the Republic of Malta.
The UAE Minister of Economy invited the Republic of Malta to participate in the Annual Investment Meeting 2014 to be held during April in Dubai.
The Republic of Malta does not play a significant role in the transit, processing or production of narcotics and psychotropic drugs and other controlled substances.
EC English, which is headquartered in the Republic of Malta, is opening its first New York location at the 42-story 1450 Broadway.
The Republic of Malta is made up of six islands, of which three are inhabited: Malta, Gozo and Comino.
NASDAQ:VDSI) Nasdaq Europe, Oakbrook Terrace, Ill, has announced that Bank of Valletta, the largest bank in the Mediterranean Republic of Malta, has chosen VASCO's Digipass 250 to secure its Internet, telephony and call centre-based operations.
In January I escaped current headlines and winged my way to the Republic of Malta.
The imposing Grandmaster's Palace, the seat of the President and Parliament of the Republic of Malta, is a grand, beautiful building that is worth visiting for the Armoury and Tapestry rooms alone.
The imposing Grand Master's Palace, the seat of the president and parliament of the Republic of Malta, is a grand, beautiful building that is worth visiting for the armoury and tapestry rooms alone.
Mobile Operator Forecast on the Republic of Malta provides key operational and financial metrics for Malta's wireless market and is one of the best forecasts in the industry.
In Algiers, the Foreign Minister was accompanied, amongst others, by Philo Meli, Ambassador of the Republic of Malta to the Peoples Democratic Republic of Algeria, and Jerome Spiteri, Maltas Consul-General in Algiers.