The Snapchat video, taken during the Champions League final in June, shows Elliott performing an offensive impersonation of the England international.
He proposes Malaysia works with Indonesia and Philippines to ensure security of locals and foreign workers.
The suspect works as a labourer at a fish jetty in Pekan.
Fighting has killed 414 jihadists and 227 SDF fighters in total since the assault began on September 10.
About half of those displaced so far have moved to camps, while others went to informal settlements, stayed with families or rented housing.
Academic Tajuddin Rasdi says MPs who use unparliamentary language should have their allowances suspended as this will hurt their pockets.
The United Arab Emirates said it had halted its military campaign against the Iran-aligned Houthis for control of Yemen’s main port city of Al Hudaydah to support UN efforts to reach a political solution.
Syrian government forces backed by Russian air power have turned their focus to the rebel-held southwest since defeating the last remaining insurgent pockets near the cities of Damascus and Homs.
Groennemark said that it is an essential skill for full backs to master due to the frequency of throw-ins in games.
However, the Sabah government says their behaviour is unacceptable and tour operators must remind their clients to behave respectfully at all places of worship.
The United Nations warned of the possibly disastrous consequences of the attack.
Over 100,000 people have been displaced in the past six months.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said that the Turkish military would next move into Tell Rifaat.
French President Emmanuel Macron was telling Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan it was vital that humanitarian aid be allowed to reach the area.
A family member is quoted by a newspaper as saying that the singer, who is being sought by police for an allegedly offensive video clip, may be in Penang.
MTUC president says any misconduct exposed on social media can be used against workers by their companies.
Such an occurrence will hopefully not be repeated, says Wisma Putra of the offensive comments against Malaysia's leadership aired on Singapore TV.
He was arrested in Kota Bharu after police report on video recording on Facebook with offensive remarks about Tunku Mahkota Johor.