1. China denies harbouring 1MDB fugitive Jho Low  The Star Online
  2. Jho Low is hiding in Macau - IGP  The Borneo Post
  3. China denies sheltering 1MDB scandal fugitive Jho Low  South China Morning Post
  4. COMMENT | Najib's conviction – another day of infamy for Malaysia  Malaysiakini
  5. Jho Low hiding in Macau, says IGP  The Star Online
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KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): China on Wednesday (July 29) denied protecting fugitive financier Low Taek Jho, who is being sought by global investigators over his role in the multibillion-dollar 1MDB scandal.KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters): China on Wednesday (July 29) denied protecting fugitive financier Low Taek Jho, who is being sought by global investigators over his role in the multibillion-dollar 1MDB scandal.

China denies harbouring 1MDB fugitive Jho Low | The Star

KUALA LUMPUR: China denied on Thursday it is harbouring fugitive financier Low Taek Jho, who is wanted over the massive 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) corruption scandal, after police here said he is hiding in Macau.

China denies harbouring Jho Low, calls claim 'unacceptable' | New Straits Times

Fahmi Reza was once sentenced to jail in Malaysia for portraying former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak as a clown.

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KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — A former banker from Coutts & Co was found guilty for his failure to flag money-laundering activities of a US$700 million (RM2.67 billion) transfer into an account controlled by fugitive financier Low Taek Jho, Bloomberg reported today. The man, only identified as A....KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 — A former banker from Coutts & Co was found guilty for his failure to flag money-laundering activities of a US$700 million (RM2.67 billion) transfer into an account controlled by fugitive financier Low Taek Jho, Bloomberg reported today. The man, only identified as A....

Ex-Coutts & Co banker linked to US$700m 1MDB transfer found guilty by Swiss court | Malaysia | Malay Mail

As Malaysians, we’re proud of our country when we make international headlines for the right reasons. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case when Malaysians receive global recognition. Recently, an Australian newspaper known as, The West Australian, called former Malaysian Prime Minister, Najib Razak, a “Plundering Idiot” in big, bold letters in the headline of an […]

M'sia Makes International Headlines Again, Australian Newspaper Calls Najib A "Plundering Idiot" - WORLD OF BUZZ

Malaysians have been treated to nauseating sights: Najib smugly walking although guilty from the court; Musa at the Governor's gate and the Goldman Sachs boss celebrating his peanuts payment to Malaysia with a party at the Hamptons. But, justice may yet prevail.........

Crooks Off The Hook - Are They Celebrating Too Soon? | Sarawak Report

The conviction and sentencing to jail of former prime minister Najib Razak is an act of tremendous significance to Malay and Malaysian political culture.The conviction and sentencing to jail of former prime minister Najib Razak is an act of tremendous significance to Malay and Malaysian political culture. Since independence in 1957, the prime minis…

Deep implications of Najib case for Malaysia - Asia Times

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Latest Singapore News and Headlines, Top Stories and Alternative Perspectives.Najib Razak unlikely to avoid jail

Najib Razak unlikely to avoid jail – The Independent News

China denied Thursday it was harbouring a fugitive financier wanted over the massive 1MDB corruption scandal, after Malaysian police said he was hiding in Macau. Low Taek Jho, commonly known as Jho Low, is accused of being the mastermind behind a fraud that saw billions of dollars looted from sovereignChina denied Thursday it was harbouring a fugitive financier wanted over the massive 1MDB corruption scandal, after Malaysian police said he was hiding in Macau. Low Taek Jho, commonly known as Jho Low, is accused of being the mastermind behind a fraud that saw billions of dollars looted from sovereign

China denies harbouring alleged 1MDB mastermind

Malaysia's former prime minister who was found guilty on charges related to one of the world's biggest financial scandals has filed an appeal against his conviction and sentence.Malaysia's former prime minister who was found guilty on charges related to one of the world's biggest financial scandals has filed an appeal against his conviction and sentence.

Najib appeals graft conviction | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

(Bloomberg) -- As negotiators from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and the Malaysian government gathered at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Kuala Lumpur last week, the two sides could hardly have been further apart on a 1MDB deal. The storied U.S.Negotiators from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and the Malaysian government gathered in Kuala Lumpur to make a headway on a 1MDB deal.

Inside Goldman’s Five-Day Race to Seal a 1MDB Deal With Malaysia

In a society built on the notion of racial and religious superiority, Najib’s verdict will be seen by many as a story of personal greed rather than a failure of the system.In a society built on the notion of racial and religious superiority, Najib’s verdict will be seen by many as a story of personal greed rather than a failure of the system.

Will the Najib Razak verdict be a watershed moment for Malaysia? Not in a system built on racial superiority

Will the Najib Razak verdict be a watershed moment for Malaysia? Not in a system built on racial superiority

A fugitive financier being hunted by Malaysian authorities over his role in the countrys multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal is hiding in the Chinese territory of Macau, Malaysian police said Wednesday.A fugitive financier being hunted by Malaysian authorities over his role in the country's multi-billion-dollar 1MDB scandal is hiding in the Chinese territory of Macau, Malaysian police said Wednesday.

Fugitive financier Jho Low in Macau, say Malaysian police - SE Asia - The Jakarta Post

KUALA LUMPUR: Wanted businessmen Low Taek Jho or Jho Low has been detected hiding in Macau, said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador. He confirmed the matter and said there were indications that confirmed the whereabouts of Jho Low in that country.

Jho Low is hiding in Macau - IGP | Borneo Post Online

With Najib’s political allies back in power and an ongoing crackdown on the forces pushing for accountability, the case is anything but closed.With Najib’s political allies back in power and an ongoing crackdown on the forces pushing for accountability, the case is anything but closed.

It’s Too Early to Celebrate Najib’s Historic Corruption Sentence – The Diplomat

Tens of millions of dollars were used in 2012 by Najib's stepson Riza Aziz, an aspiring film producer, to fund the Hollywood film "The Wolf of Wall Street", starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Hundreds of millions were also used, mainly by Riza and Low, to purchase high-end real estate in Beverly Hills, New York and London. A Monet painting bought for $35 million, a Van Gogh for $5.5 million, a $35-million Bombardier jet, a $100-million stake in EMI Music Publishing, and a $250 million yacht were also ticked off the shopping list.In pic:Riza Aziz, producer of the Hollywood film 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and stepson of Malaysia's ex-leader Najib Razak. ​Stuff of legendsTens of millions of dollars were used in 2012 by Najib's stepson Riza Aziz, an aspiring film producer, to fund the Hollywood film "The Wolf of Wall Street", starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Hundreds of millions were also used, mainly by Riza and Low, to purchase high-end real estate in Beverly Hills, New York and London. A Monet painting bought for $35 million, a Van Gogh for $5.5 million, a $35-million Bombardier jet, a $100-million stake in EMI Music Publishing, and a $250 million yacht were also ticked off the shopping list.In pic:Riza Aziz, producer of the Hollywood film 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and stepson of Malaysia's ex-leader Najib Razak. ​Stuff of legends

​Stuff of legends - Malaysia's former PM Najib Razak found guilty in billion dollar 1MDB scandal | The Economic Times

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World News - KUALA LUMPUR: Mr Fahmi Reza was once sentenced to jail in Malaysia for portraying former prime minister Najib Razak as a clown. That image has now been updated and reposted with "guilty" written across Najib's eyes in red. When Najib was sentenced to 12... Read more at www.tnp.sgKUALA LUMPUR: Mr Fahmi Reza was once sentenced to jail in Malaysia for portraying former prime minister Najib Razak...

Najib’s accusers say they are vindicated after his guilty verdict, Latest World News - The New Paper

Macau has disputed a claim by Malaysian authorities that Low Taek Jho is hiding in the city as authorities continue with efforts to loc...Macau has disputed a claim by Malaysian authorities that Low Taek Jho is hiding in the city as authorities continue with efforts to locate and bring the fugitive financier home to face justice fo...

Macau denies sheltering Malaysian fugitive financier Jho Low | The Standard