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Najib Razak, 'biggest warlord in Malaysia', sends message to opponents with sackings amid 1MDB scandal

By Zuraidah Ibrahim
South China Morning Post

Prime Minister Najib Razak is fighting allegations that he took money from the 1MDB state wealth fund. Photo: AP… 1,110 more words

Malaysia’s prime minister denies wrongdoing in public money for personal gain scandal

The Economist

Najib intends to roll on, not over

WHATEVER the truth of them, the accusations levelled against Najib Razak, Malaysia’s prime minister, have astonished a country that some had thought inured to scandal. 850 more words

Just because Mahathir believes it, doesn't make it true

Here lies the evidence as Winifred Poh tells us in lurid detail, Clare Rewcastle’s pack of lies.

I am rather worried by those who would wish to ban or block Clare Rewcastle-Brown and her Sarawak Report.  1,403 more words

Public Interest

Clare Rewcastle Brown: the prober now being probed, writes RPK

The plot thickens and we may be on the verge of seeing an even more interesting development to the 1MDB issue. Yes, the story has not ended yet. 984 more words

1MDB

When Tun becomes Kit Siang's new BFF

Happy 90th birthday to the Grand Olde Man of Malaysian politics and when all is said and done, I hope that Tun will not have a deep, lingering regret on the outcome that he is manoeuvring. 72 more words

Mahathir Mohamad

Najib should try Dr Mahathir's way of clearing his name - simply straightforward strategy

A commenter has just given “Life of Annie” a good suggestion on how Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak could shut up those accusing him of stealing the billions of Ringgit. 386 more words

Good Read

Wall Street Journal stands by report claiming state fund transfers to Malaysian PM Najib

Prime Minister Najib Razak. Reuters photo

PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is standing by its report that billions of ringgit were channelled into the personal bank accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak, saying that their investigation was based on solid documentation. 371 more words