Najib asks West to stop 'lecturing' as Malaysia embraces China

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BEIJING (Reuters) - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said that former colonial powers should not lecture countries they once exploited on their internal affairs, a Chinese newspaper reported on Wednesday, in a veiled attack on the West as he looks to strengthen ties with China.
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