CNBC reported "Malaysian court postpones ex-PM Najib's corruption trial pending appeal" on Tuesday
 The charges against Najib relate to a suspected transfer of 42 million ringgit ($10.3 million) into Najib's bank account from SRC International, a former 1MDB unit U.S. prosecutors say money stolen from 1MDB was used to buy a private jet, luxury real estate, artwork by Picasso and Monet, as well as jewelry for Rosmah A Malaysian court on Monday postponed the corruption trial of former prime minister Najib Razak over charges related to a multibillion-dollar scandal at state fund 1MDB pending an appeal, his lawyer said.
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Former Malaysian PM Najib's corruption trial delayed at the last minute All this while I fought relentlessly for the people whom I loved and are dear to me The earliest the entire process will finish will be sometime in 2020 or 2021, Chin added People still remember the luxury handbags and bags of cash seized from their apartment immediately after the election
Malaysian court postpones ex-PM Najib's corruption trial pending... CHARM OFFENSIVE The trial is the first of four criminal proceedings that Najib is expected to face over the 1MDB scandal so far, and the sum involved is a fraction of the $1 billion that investigators say allegedly made their way into his bank accounts
Malaysia court postpones ex-PM Najib's corruption trial pending... Najib was ousted in an election in May last year amid public fury over the alleged theft of $4.5 billion from 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) The charges against Najib relate to a suspected transfer of 42 million ringgit ($10.3 million) into his bank account from SRC International, a former 1MDB unit Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
1MDB corruption trial of ex-Malaysian PM postponed, says lawyer Harvinderjit Singh, one of Najib’s lawyers, told Reuters the trial had been postponed pending an appeal by Najib Najib had pleaded not guilty to charges of criminal breach of trust, money laundering and abuse of power over the suspected transfer of 42m ringgit (£8m) into his bank account from SRC International, a former 1MDB unit