Najib indirectly confirmed the authenticity of the tapes when he claimed the infamous “Can I advise you something’ clip wasn’t Rosmah scolding him.
Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad acknowledged claims of corruption against him from his previous stint as prime minister today but said these remain unsubstantiated.
Selangor assemblyman Adhif Syan Abdullah and several political aides were among 17 people who were arrested in Puchong early on Sunday.
Najib will file an application to cite anti-graft chief Latheefa Koya for contempt over the release of nine audio recordings.
Police will seize a multi-million ringgit property belonging to Jho Low and his family.
A former aide to Isa Samad saud that his then boss had offered him between RM10,000 and RM50,000 after he collected cash on behalf of the former Felda chairman.
Najib and Rosmah succeeded in striking out a RM52.6 million suit filed against them and three others by Deepak Jaikishan.
MACC releasing audio clips no different from police showing Rosmah’s items seized from Pavilion raid.
Zakir Naik offered safe passage to India by the ruling BJP government in exchange for his support of Modi’s crackdown in Kashmir.
Fairfax Group CEO Michael Hershman revealed that in 2015, Abu Kassim asked him to set up a meeting with the US Attorney's Office so that he could pass them 1MDB investigation papers.
Lawyer Haniff Khatri has questioned Tommy Thomas over his decision not to prosecute any of the individuals implicated in a gay sex video which went viral.