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Malaysia's Ibrahim Pleads Not Guilty

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Malaysia's Ibrahim Pleads Not Guilty

Malaysia's Ibrahim Pleads Not Guilty

Malaysia's Ibrahim Pleads Not Guilty

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NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Malaysia that Anwar Ibrahim, the former protege of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, today pleaded not guilty to charges of corruption and sodomy. The attorney-general's office said Anwar would be indicted on five counts of corruption and five counts of unnatural sex acts.

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