He says those involved will face disciplinary action if found guilty.
Padang Besar MP Zahidi Zainul Abidin says Thai goods are being freely imported but Malaysian goods have a tough time entering Thailand.
Court sets Nov 18 for MACC and Pahang Umno to file written submissions and Dec 6 to hear the government's application to forfeit the money linked to 1MDB.
The Attorney-General's Chambers accepts the party's representation that the money is not from 1MDB.
The agency says it followed the law in calculating the amount of 1MDB-linked funds claimed from 80 individuals and companies.
This is in relation to Felda's purchase of a stadium in Jengka, Pahang.
The anti-graft agency reveals video clips of officers accepting bribes from smugglers and watching the activity without taking any action.
MACC chief Latheefa Koya says the reports it received involved lower court judges.
The claim is in connection with a TV programme sponsored by the Selangor Tithes Board.
The anti-graft agency's chief Latheefa Koya says the focus will be on those who received RM500,000 and below from the state investment arm.
Latheefa Koya defends MACC's actions following questions by Shahrir Abdul Samad, one of the individuals on the list.
Najib Razak's brother says he fully reimbursed RM25.7 million for what he understood were election campaign purposes.
The Umno leader says there is no proof that money given by Najib came from 1MDB.
The BN MP says a lot of promises made during GE14 have yet to be carried out.
The Malaysian Institute of Translation and Books says payments went through proper procedures.
The former deputy minister says he has hired a lawyer to look into the matter.
They are among 80 companies, individuals and organisations slapped with compound notices today.
The individuals and companies are required to repay the money within two weeks failing which they will be subject to legal action.
Party vice-president Chang Lih Kang says public trust in civil servants will be diminished if they make political remarks.
Citizens Against Enforced Disappearances suggests improvements for a revised bill.
Zahrah Abd Wahab Fenner and her son plead not guilty to charges of corruption and abetment.
Zahrah Abd Wahab Fenner and her son will face charges tomorrow.
Shahrol Azral Ibrahim Halmi says he was told to insulate the two from questions on the 1MDB decision-making process.
Chief commissioner Latheefa Koya says a substantial amount of cash was seized, and accounts of 20 individuals and four entities frozen.