Malaysia: Ex-PM Najib Razak given bail after pleading not guilty

Court also orders Najib to surrender his passports as he faces trial for alleged link to disappearance of billions of dollars from state investment fund.

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    Najib Razak, Malaysia's former prime minister, has pleaded not guilty to corruption charges in connection with the disappearance of billions of dollars from a government investment fund.

    He has been granted bail following his arrest on Tuesday, but was ordered to surrender his passports.

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Kuala Lumpur.


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