Protesters ransacked the offices of the two agencies, stole money and damaged vehicles.
Controversial Umno leader denies escaping from hospital, but says he had left thinking his remand period was over.
Magistrate says prosecution did not prove prima facie case against accused.
The Chinese nationals, all workers at a construction site, have been jointly charged with rioting against four policemen from the Tun HS. Lee police station and causing injuries to them.
They are given prison sentences and fined.
The six have been freed on bail of RM1,000 with one surety each and the case fixed for mention on July 17.
Fight erupts after four men yell for waiter but two men at another table think they are shouting at them.
Court says public prosecutor and Sri Lankan envoy can complain to the trial judge about any possible crowd when the criminal trial proceeds in the Sepang courthouse.
Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos threatens to lodge police report against Ampang MP Zuraida Kamaruddin, claiming she 'provoked' him and his followers.
Ambassador Ibrahim Sahib Ansar, a witness in a case against three men who allegedly assaulted him, wants the trial to be held in Kuala Lumpur instead of Sepang as security there is ‘better’.
High Court says lower court was right in finding 15 people guilty of illegal assembly outside Parliament, during a protest calling for the resignation of the Election Commission chairman, in June 2013.
They were accused of rioting after a football match between Selangor and Perak at the Selayang Stadium on Saturday.
Penang supporters rioted outside the stadium soon after their side lost 0-1 to Sarawak in a Super League match.
The assault on a man was captured on a video that went viral.
Police obtain four-day remand order for investigation into rioting and obstructing a public servant
MP Anthony Loke held for sedition, Bersih's Maria for 'actions to undermine parliamentary democracy', Jamal and 10 others for investigation into rioting and illegal assebly.
They are alleged to have committed the offence with several others still at large, at Stadium Bandaraya and Jalan Datuk Keramat in Penang on July 26, 2016.
Police also seize pistol used to threaten 14-year-old victim for past six years.
Police obtain second three-day remand for investigations into Facebook page.
Rioting, causing disturbances and damaging public property are all forbidden by Islam, says the National Fatwa Committee.
The YouTube video of the brutal assault on a Malaysian student is the highest watched single clip of the recent rioting in London.
Using social networks, Britain's new local heroes got together to sweep away the piles of rubble and broken glass left behind in the trouble-hit inner cities.