The suspects are alleged to be members of terrorist groups, including Abu Sayyaf and Royal Sulu Force.
The 28-year-old shooter had praised Trump in his manifesto uploaded prior to the shooting.
The 14-year-old scaled a wall and fled to his college.
His children tried to call him but a nurse picked up to tell that he is in the hospital.
Ex-NZ prime minister questions how the shooting could have been streamed live on Facebook for 17 minutes.
However, two Malaysians who were not students were injured during the mosque shootings.
They will represent the Penang government in assisting the family.
Four suspects arrested had pledged allegiance to Islamic State in a video posted on social media.
The English daily has shown it is taking remedial measures, so state need not intervene, says the IoJ.
Gerakan Hapuskan Akta Hasutan says there is no need for criminal probe as an apology was made.
Two are believed to be involved in the Puchong pub attack.
Factory operator, jobless man face up to 30 years in prison if found guilty.
No plea recorded, and case is being transferred to High Court.
The suspects, all Brazilians, were members of an online group calling itself the Defenders of Sharia, says justice minister.
Minister says he would investigate and take action against the news portal for a report on controversial preacher Zakir Naik.
It is not enough to denounce it as deviant and un-Islamic, says former law minister.
The newspaper is peppered with spelling mistakes.
This would only glorify the terrorist group, as well as inspire Malaysian youths to join them, says IGP.
UPDATED 6.15PM | The preacher denies ever condoning terrorism, and that media reports otherwise are 'devilish'.
Message to people to avoid certain busy areas in KL and PJ not from police force, says Khalid Abu Bakar.
Forbes article says the 'hardcore' IS resents Malaysia's moderate Islam and its condemnation of group's violent approach.
UPDATED 1.30PM | Amini Amir describes MCCBCHST's comments in relation to the Dhaka attacks as 'biadap'.
This in view of M'sian authorities confirming links between Islamic State and the explosion at a nightclub in Puchong.
Bukit Aman says police would not compromise in the case of anyone trying to spread the IS ideology in the country.
The media should not provide them a platform to glorify their actions, says Khalid.
One of them posted on Facebook quoting Zakir as ‘urging all Muslims to be terrorists’.
'I am again shocked to receive alerts on bombings rocking three cities across Saudi Arabia'.
Social activist vents her frustration on these individuals who now advise others not to join the terror group.
'The CPO said he has not received any report regarding any attack but assured that more officers will patrol the state,' says Guan Eng.