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For the first time, Umno is resorting to crowdfunding to prepare for GE15

It plans to have a professional body ensure that the source of funds is "clean".

Malaysia aims to recover about $5 billion in 1MDB-linked assets

Najib has been charged with 42 criminal offences related to losses at 1MDB and other state entities, but has consistently denied wrongdoing.

Malaysia’s anti-corruption chief is quitting before his contract ends – a year after someone sent a bullet to his house

Previously, he admitted he cried after being called a traitor to Malaysia during the 1MDB investigation.

Malaysian police raid Deloitte office for 1MDB-related documents: Sources

"Deloitte Malaysia is not the subject of the investigation and is cooperating fully with the authorities in their investigation," the firm said.

Anwar has assets worth RM10.7 million – and it turns out, most of it is his expensive bungalow

The vast majority of the PH leader's fortune is thanks to a bungalow in Kuala Lumpur's Bukit Segambut district, valued at RM9.5 million.

An arrest warrant is out for Najib’s former aide Paul Stadlen, and his lawyers are accusing the Malaysian government of a political agenda

Stadlen is alleged to have laundered 14.3 million ringgit in proceeds from illegal activities.

Malaysia has lost about RM47 billion to corruption every year since 2013, says deputy PM Wan Azizah

This is nearly double what Malaysia spent on healthcare for the entire nation.