KUALA LUMPUR – A U.S. federal grand jury is examining allegations of corruption involving Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak and individuals close to him, the New York Times reported Monday, quoting anonymous sources.
The inquiry, run by a unit of the Justice Department that probes international corruption, is centered on U.S. properties bought in recent years by Najib’s stepson and properties relating to “a close family friend,” the newspaper said.
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