This as an election looms and the gov't already facing criticism for harsh laws journalist say curbs press freedom.
Canada says the offer still stands.
However, Rohingya leaders said after the meeting that they are hesitant about the proposed repatriation.
Prosecutors say Bangladeshi migrant's act was inspired by Islamic State propaganda he found online.
Rights groups say, however, that present conditions in Rakhine State do not suit repatriation.
This will render Khaleda Zia unable to contest in December's general election, say lawyers.
Khaleda, 72, is convicted of misappropriating US$371,550 for a trust when she was PM from 2001 to 2006.
The hospital for Rohingya refugees is scheduled to cease operations on Dec 31.
COMMENT | It has been a year since the attacks that led to over 700k Rohingyas fleeing to Bangladesh.
Home minister wants full explanation on the deal alleged to have gone down just days before GE14.
UPDATED 2.40PM | This is in line with the plan to reduce dependence on foreign labour, says Kulasegaran.
The island, which emerged from the silt about 20 years ago, is about 30km from Bangladesh.
It is reported that the syndicates are raking in RM5.2 million in profits annually by charging up to RM20,000 per person.
Foreign affairs officials from both countries agree to ratify land boundary near Naf river.
This follows Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's visit to a refugee camp in Bangladesh.
DPM will make a stop in port estimated to be holding over 500,000 refugees from Myanmar.
The commander of a border enforcement authority says it's a crackdown on human trafficking and drug smuggling.
It demands the department stop its persistent harassment against human rights defenders visiting M'sia.
'The matter has now been resolved as a result of the good relations between Malaysia and Bangladesh.'
The militants were cornered in an early morning raid on their hideout in Naraynganj.
This follows accusations the channel inspired extremism.
UPDATED 6.20PM | Up to 300,000 people had gathered for a prayer service to mark Eid al-Fitr.
Saiful Islam Chowkidar carried no arms but was seen 'moving and running' with the five gunmen.
Many of them had been slashed with knives and had suffered slow deaths.
What made a soft-spoken teenager give up a privileged life to take up arms in the name of Islam?
Survivors say Muslims who could not recite the Quran were killed by the terrorists.