European Parliament president Antonio Tajani led a minute's silence for murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The president of the European Parliament, Antonio Tajani, has called for those responsible for the death of Daphne Caruana Galizia to be brought to justice as he paid tribute to the investigative journalist.
Galizia, 53, died in a car bombing last week in the Maltese capital Valetta, and the Maltese government has offered a one million Euro reward for information that will bring her killers to justice.
On Tuesday (October 24) the European Parliament held a minute's silence at a session in Strasbourg, with President Antonio Tajani announcing that the press room in the building would be named after Galizia.
Her husband Peter and their sons Paul, Matthew and Andrew were present.
Tajani urged the Maltese authorities to bring in Europol, the European crime fighting agency, and other police forces to try and solve the murder.
Galizia regularly wrote about politicians and big business in her efforts to expose alleged high level corruption in Malta.