Mongolian fashion model’s murder plagues Malaysian leader

The torrid and sordid saga around the death of a Mongolian fashion model continues to dog Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, writes international affairs analyst Jonathan Manthorpe. The case was re-ignited by a court decision to quash the murder convictions of her killers, two of his bodyguards.

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