Police say the two Indonesian women had stayed in a hotel in Ampang.
24 Indonesians jumped into sea to save themselves as boat began to sink following strong waves.
Judge says sentence on 2 Indonesian construction workers to start from date of arrest last August, after duo plead guilty.
They were planning to go to the Philippines to commit acts of terror.
Higher education director-general Siti Hamisah Tapsir says 177,000 foreign students were accepted at 10 international campuses as of December.
They died in Tuesday's accident involving two factory buses.
Treasury secretary-general Irwan Serigar says if there are poor Malaysians, it is because they are not making enough effort to improve themselves.
The seven crew members were rescued by a passing tugboat after the ship went up in flames near Tanjung Labuh, Batu Pahat.
Police say they acted on information about the duo's next 'job' in Kota Bharu after two other foreigners they arrested and interrogated told them about it.
In a rare admission, Philippine's solicitor-general says foreign jihadists are collaborating with domestic Islamist groups in fighting the Philippine army.
NRD Enforcement and Investigation director says raid led to the arrest of a family of seven, believed to be agents of the fake identity card syndicate.
“Princess Edwige” told her Indonesian victims the EU passports would enable them to attend a UN programme in Brussels to collect funds allocated to poor countries like Indonesia.
20 fire and rescue personnel are continuing to search for the remaining passengers of the boat.
Officials said 58 people had been rescued or made it to land by themselves after the accident around midnight near Port Klang.
Search and Rescue (SAR) operation had to be called off at midnight because of bad weather.
The plainclothes “policemen '' target Indonesia immigrants, robbing homes in Segambut under the guise of police raids.
The police have arrested 10 Indonesians who were preying on elderly people, convincing them to part with cash and jewellery for forged winning tickets.
As more employment opportunities open up in other Asian economies, Malaysia's appeal as a destination for manual jobs is waning.