Malaysia’s New Straits Times, owned by the country’s biggest political party, has launched an all-points broadside against the party’s most biting critic, in a front-page story accusing her of conspiring to “change the destiny of one country” to get rid of Prime Minister Najib Razak and offering to drink champagne when he goes.

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