Ameer Hakimi Azman's body will be flown to Penang while Mohammad Shaiful Bukhari Amat's body will be taken to Sandakan.
Ten journalists including Agence France-Presse's chief photographer in Kabul, Shah Marai, were among dozens killed in attacks across Afghanistan Monday, the deadliest day for the country's media since 2001.
Air strikes by a Saudi-led military coalition killed at least 20 people attending a wedding in a village in northwestern Yemen late on Sunday, residents and medical sources said.
Police also deny claims by Arab man in viral video that he was at the scene with the lecturer during shooting.
Visitors to a zoo in southeastern China killed one kangaroo and injured another by throwing bricks at them in an attempt to get a reaction from the big marsupials, state media reported.
Seven people had been slightly injured, and the identity of the dead person was not immediately disclosed.
Lawyers for Yoselyn Ortega says she hallucinated that a devil told her "to kill the children and herself" and should be found not guilty by reason of insanity.
The body of Karla Turcios had been found on a highway on the outskirts of Santa Rosa Guachipilin, 100 kilometers northeast of San Salvador.
Russian foreign minister says the international team investigating the shooting down of the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane in 2014 is not properly considering the evidence presented by the Russians.
The killings are thought to be the first such abduction of journalists on Ecuadoran soil in three decades.
Brazil is one of the world's most deadly countries, with around 60,000 homicides a year, and the prisons are notoriously overcrowded and violent.
Five rangers and a driver were killed on Monday in an ambush in the Virunga National Park, the Democratic Republic of Congo's famed haven for gorillas and other endangered species, the park said.
Hamidou Koundaba, the mayor of the Koutougou department in Soum province, has been "coldly killed" when gunmen on motorcycles opened fire on him near his home on Sunday night.
A collision late Friday between a transport truck and a bus carrying players, coaches and team personnel of the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team had claimed 15 lives and left the other 14 people on the bus injured, some critically.
Sunday's strikes comes despite reports of a ceasefire and the potential resumption of talks between Syria's regime and Jaish al-Islam, the last rebel faction in Ghouta.
Israel has faced mounting questions over its use of live fire after 10 days of protests and clashes along the Gaza Strip border in which its forces have killed 30 Palestinians, according to Gaza's health ministry.
The accident happened in the Brong Ahafo region, some 430 kilometres from the capital Accra.
Three members of the security forces were killed and seven people, including candidate Zineb Abdel Hamid al-Hiti, were wounded.
Authorities are near-certain that there was no Islamist connection to the violence in the historic centre of Muenster as had initially been feared.
In a country where love of the sport is almost a religion, the crash ha sparked an outpouring of grief among players and fans.
Qari Hekmat is the top commander of Isis's Afghan franchise in the northern province of Jowzjan, where the group established a stronghold after coming under intense pressure in the eastern province of Nangarhar.
Khan had spent two nights in jail after a court on Thursday found him guilty of killing rare antelopes known as black bucks on a hunting trip while shooting a movie in 1998.
The bus was carrying 28 people including the driver.
20 civilians had been killed or arrested in Dioura, central Mali.