malicious slander

Related to malicious slander: malicious gossip, malicious defamation
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malicious slander

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'The malicious slander of the alleged conspiracy will not be accepted by the people, particularly the family of Muhammad Adib,' he told reporters after making the report.
Any malicious slander on China is futile," Chunying said.
Beijing quickly responded in a statement Friday, accusing Pence of "malicious slander" and urging the US to "correct its wrongdoing." "This is nothing but speaking on hearsay evidence, confusing right and wrong and creating something out of thin air," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in the statement.
TOKYO, Oct 5 (KUNA) -- China firmly opposed to US Vice President Mike Pence's accusations on against China's domestic and foreign policies and said any malicious slander on China is futile, China state-run Xinhua News Agency said on Friday.
If Poland believes it needs to protect itself from malicious disinformation about its past, surely it can do more to protect its Jewish citizens from malicious slander in the present.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry reprimanded the United States for 'malicious slander.'
The Chinese Foreign Ministry reprimanded the US for "malicious slander.
According to China News Service, the company is demanding 1.1 million yuan (almost P7.5 million) in compensation for the supposed 'malicious slander' brought upon by Jordan's case.
Untold numbers of "conservationists" and "animal rightists" took Ian Gibson's death as an opportunity not to discuss the perceived merits or demerits of sport hunting sanely, but to launch into the unwholesome and malicious slander of a man who was in deed and custom a better conservationist than any of them could ever hope to be, and whose friends and family had to bear on top of everything else.
Are Ukraine's concerns mere hyperbole -- a "malicious slander," as the Kremlin puts it -- or should we take them seriously?
Hong said that the Japanese leader's "malicious slander" against China in the international arena was not justifiable, China's state-run Xinhua news agency has reported.
To fabricate a statement that the Catholic Church chained the Bible so that faithful believers could not have access to it was a malicious slander. If we accept the accusation that the Church wanted to keep the Bible from the people, then why did the Church translate the Bible from Greek into Latin and call the 4th century Vulgate version the "Bible of the People?"