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The picture of Malta painted by murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia seems to be one of an island rife with corruption.
Something akin to a Mafia state. But is it? But sooner or later slang ends up in the Oxford English Dictionary. BBC correspondents take a closer look at the stories behind the headlines.
He rose to power and with him rose a new generation of Cosa Nostra leaders. A generation that would control the Sicilian islands and expand their influences worldwide.
In the same era, another boss was rising through the ranks of the Sicilian mafia. In Catania, a slightly younger man who was just as ambitious as Riina was making the grade, Benedetto Santapaola.
Ambition and connections propelled Santapaola to the top ranks of the mafia. In he took over the Catania throne by killing his own boss, and with the assistance of the Corleonesi he imposed his reign of terror.
Making Santapaola the boss of Catania gave Riina widespread influence across the island. Riina was handsomely compensated for his assistance. It came as no surprise that Vincenzo Romeo, nephew of Benedetto Santapaola, rose through the ranks of the family and established himself as a modern boss in Messina.
The well-educated and ambitious boss recognised the potential of iGaming and online betting. Once Romeo gained access to the software he installed it in gambling machines in his betting shops in Sicily.
Four months earlier he had been arrested after the police found explosive material, small arms and ammunition inside his garage. He had claimed the weapons were for self-defence.
Darren Degabriele, 35, of Ghaxaq, was blown up inside his car as he drove on the road leading from Marsaxlokk to Zejtun. Mr Degabriele suffered extensive burns and died a few days later in hospital.
Investigators later found that the bomb was placed inside a metal contained filled with ball bearings. Mr Degabriele was the owner of the Gente di Mare restaurant as well as a fuel business.
Six people were interrogated but none have been charged. Jonathan Pace, the owner of Tyson Butcher, was sitting on his balcony in Fgura when he was hit by shots fired from a moving car.
The assailant used an assault rifle. Pace was hit five times in the head and back and died later in hospital. Pace was out on bail. A burnt car, with an assault rifle inside, was found in Rabat the following day.