Protests held demanding Malaysian PM's resignation

Thousands of anti-government protesters have gathered in Kuala Lumpur, demanding the resignation of the Malaysian prime minister.

Najib Razak denies allegations of corruption, sparked by a $700m (£455m) payment made to his bank account from unnamed foreign donors.

Despite a police ban a two-day rally against the government is going ahead.

Jennifer Pak reports.

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