Malaysia’s Najib Got Funds From Saudi Finance Ministry, ABC Says

  • Report is bid to tarnish Malaysia's reputation, minister says
  • Probe had found no wrongdoing by Najib over Saudi gift

Najib Razak.

Photographer: Fazry Ismail/EPA

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak allegedly received millions of dollars in his personal bank accounts between 2011 and 2013 from the Saudi Arabian finance ministry and two men identifying themselves as princes from the Middle Eastern nation, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corp.

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