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Former Malaysian deputy premier Anwar Ibrahim has been refused bail by the country's highest court in a politically charged process which drew muted protests from his supporters.
Jailed former Malaysian deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim has failed in an attempt to have two of three judges assigned to hear his final appeal against a sodomy conviction step down over claims of bias or inexperience.
Malaysians have voted in state and national elections, with Prime Minister Abd Allah Ahmad Badawi seeking a big win to repulse an Islamist challenge in northern states and a mandate for his anti-graft campaign.
Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad has said Saudi Arabia should sell oil for gold, not dollars, to avoid being "short-changed" by a decline in the US currency.
Mahathir Muhammad, who retired as Malaysian prime minister on Friday, is the most successful and the most controversial Asian politician of his generation.
Roshan Muhammed Salih
Malaysia's newly-installed Prime Minister Abd Allah Ahmad Badawi has urged his supporters to work towards a resounding general election victory.

Mahathir Muhammad has handed over power to Abd Allah Badawi after 22 years as Malaysian prime minister.

Outgoing Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad stressed his democratic record and forecast robust economic growth in an upbeat final parliamentary appearance on Thursday on the eve of his retirement.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad has brushed off a US Senate decision to curb aid to his country owing to remarks he made about Jews.
The Malaysian prime minister has rejected Islamic criminal laws introduced by an opposition-ruled state because of their "cruel punishments".
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