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‘You’re the PM, take charge,’ Rosmah allegedly tells Najib in 1MDB-linked audio clips released by Malaysian graft busters
One of the conversations allegedly involve former prime minister Najib Razak and his wife Rosmah Mansor.
Malaysia could re-open Altantuya’s murder case, 10 years after 2 policemen were sentenced to hang: Bloomberg
Malaysia's Attorney-General Tommy Thomas says his office will look into re-opening the case, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.
Saudi King meetings which resulted in ‘between US$100 million and US$200 million’ of personal donations were arranged by Jho Low, Najib sa...
Jho Low had apparently told Najib that then Saudi ruler, King Abdullah Abdulaziz Al-Saud, was impressed with Malaysia's moderate Islam, and wanted to support his leadership through personal donations.
‘Merciless’: Malaysia Bar calls for lighter sentence after 6 men jailed for skipping prayers to picnic at a famous waterfall
The men were slapped with a RM2,400 fine and one-month jail sentence each.
Videos show dramatic arrests of 1,000 people allegedly behind Malaysia’s largest Chinese-run online scam syndicate
Watch as people behind Malaysia's largest online scam syndicate run by Chinese nationals try to evade capture.
‘Not the first time the PM is shocked’: Najib hits back at Mahathir, who said he was shocked that Najib was shocked
Bringing you the latest in the battle of who is more shocked.
Najib Razak plans to take the stand to testify and be cross-examined by prosecutors.
Malaysia remains a ‘transit hub for terrorists’ – and it’s visa-free travel that makes it a ‘first choice’
Travellers from most Middle-Eastern countries and some African nations do not require a visa to enter Malaysia.
Jho Low is allegedly a citizen of an idyllic Mediterranean island – and owns a RM23 million beach villa there, local paper claims
He supposedly owns a home on one of the world's best beaches.
"We have a strong case and are very confident of winning it. But if you want to negotiate, the doors are open," Malaysia's AG said.