The sons of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia carry the coffin of their mother out of the church in Mosta, on November 3, 2017, after her funeral ceremony.
AFP / Matthew Mirabelli
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The island's president, prime minister and opposition leader, all targeted in Caruana Galizia's writing, stayed away from the private ceremony, but European Parliament President Antonio Tajani attended as a guest of the family.The island observed a day of mourning and flags flew at half-mast in Brussels during the funeral at Malta's biggest church, near the capital Valletta and around three kilometers from the site where the 53-year-old was killed by a car bomb as she left her home on Oct. 16 .Malta's chief justice and former prime ministers Lawrence Gonzi and Eddie Fenech Adami attended.
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