Today's front pages: August 10, 2018

The Times of Malta leads with the developments in the Caruana Galizia case with the family on Thursday presenting a legal opinion to the High Commissioner in London calling for a government inquiry to show whether the murder of the blogger could have been prevented. It also reports that a third of babies are now born out of wedlock.

Animal activist Moira Delia tells The Malta Independent that a ban on karozzini would be premature, reacting to the death of a horse two days ago. The newspaper also reports that 12,000 vehicles a year have been added to the roads every year since 2014.

In-Nazzjon leads with the Constitutional action instigated by Opposition leader Adrian Delia, asking to be given a full copy of the magisterial inquiry into the Egrant claims.

L-Orizzont reports that €88.6 million worth of fish was exported to Japan last year, as well as the General Workers' Unions fears about working conditions at Palumbo shipyard.

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