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WSJ: RM300m deal to drop 1MDB probe

"In one draft, there is a proposal that includes a $75 million fee if the Justice Department quickly drops its investigation."

WSJ: Deposits into Najib's accounts in excess of US$1bn

WSJ reported that the amount of money deposited into the personal accounts of PM Najib exceeded US$1 billion, several hundreds of millions more than previously identified.

Another US$1bn from 1MDB gone missing: WSJ

WSJ says in a report that a further US$993 million 1MDB reported it had paid to Abu Dhab-based IPIC has also gone missing.

Action against WSJ if report on US$1.4bn false

Salleh Said Keruak says if the WSJ report on the missing US$1.4bn payment by 1MDB is false, MCMC will not hesitate to take action against the media company.

1MDB rebuts WSJ report over US$1.4bn

1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), in rebutting an article by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) relating to US$1.4 billion in payments made by 1MDB, has reiterated that its audited financial statements clearly describe the amount and purpose of the payments, which it said are structured as a deposit.

WSJ: US$1.4bn paid to IPIC never received

According to WSJ, the US$1.4bn to be paid by 1MDB was never received by Abu Dhabi-based IPIC.

The smell of war in cabinet reshuffle

Reshuffling the cabinet will not solve all the stubborn issues the country is facing, but will only create more ramifications and headaches for the government.

WSJ's refusal to reply an 'admission of guilt': lawyer

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's counsel Wan Azmir Wan Majid said The Wall Street Journal had yet to reply to the "confirmation letter" from the prime minister, and this could be construed as an "admission of guilt."

Najib strikes back

The Wall Street Journal reported that some US$700 million went into the personal bank account of PM Najib. To turn the tide around, Najib initiated its propaganda machine, calling the 1MDB developments a "political conspiracy to topple an elected prime minister."

One 'yes-or-no' question from lawyer

Senior lawyer Azhar Harun posted one simple question on his Facebook account today: Whether the US$681 million passed through PM Najib's account in AmBank.


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