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Malaysia's ex-PM Najib says his personal freedom violated after bank account frozen - Reuters

ReutersMalaysia's ex-PM Najib says his personal freedom violated after bank account frozenReutersNajib was arrested and charged in Malaysia last week with abuse of power and criminal breach of trust related to an alleged transfer of 42 million ringgit (7.9 million pounds) into his personal bank account from SRC International, a former unit of ...and more »11-07-2018

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Malaysia's ex-PM Najib says his personal freedom violated after bank account frozen
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Najib was arrested and charged in Malaysia last week with abuse of power and criminal breach of trust related to an alleged transfer of 42 million ringgit (7.9 million pounds) into his personal bank account from SRC International, a former unit of ...

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