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Malaysia: Wife of former PM Najib Razak found guilty of corruption

By DW
02 September 2022   |   7:07 am
Following in her husband's footsteps, the wife of the former Malaysian prime minister has been found guilty of graft. Najib Razak has already begun his 12-year jail sentence.

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