China helped build the museum with a donation of about $34m (£27m).
The telecoms giant's chief financial officer is being held in Canada and faces possible US extradition.
The boy made famous for making a football shirt out of a bag is reportedly under Taliban threat.
The social network publishes a detailed rebuttal of some of the claims made against it.
The can of bear repellent was punctured, sending fumes around the US warehouse, officials say.
Some 113 million Americans have had an immediate family member jailed, says the report.
It is a big win for the young opposition leader, who was arrested after challenging the president.
Archaeologists have clashed with road developers in the UK over claims that engineers accidentally punctured a large hole through a 6,000-year-old structure near Stonehenge, potentially destroying prehistoric artifacts and evidence of now-extinct "monster cows."
The singer turned actress is nominated for A Star is Born alongside co-star and director Bradley Cooper.
Brazil's ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva says the judge who convicted him was not impartial.
The opposing sides in Yemen's conflict started new direct discussions in Sweden on Thursday as a step towards calming violence and averting further humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country.
A US Air Force OC-135 observation aircraft conducted an "extraordinary flight" Thursday under the Open Skies treaty "to reaffirm US commitment to Ukraine" amid Russia-Ukraine tensions, the Pentagon said.
The opposing sides in Yemen's conflict began direct talks in Sweden on Thursday as a step towards calming violence and averting further humanitarian crisis in the war-torn country.
A solo yachtswoman who was competing in an around-the-world race is now waiting to be rescued in the Southern Ocean after a storm destroyed her boat and left her injured.
Denmark's government has struck a deal to move "unwanted" refugees to a remote uninhabited island once used for contagious animals.
One US Marine has died and another five are missing after two planes collided off Japan's coast.
Six months ago, OPEC agreed to pump more oil to prevent prices spiking to $100 a barrel. Now the oil cartel is talking about cutting output to stop prices crashing below $50.
The rocket had a hydraulic problem on its way back to Earth.
Thirty-two women carrying babies for Chinese clients are released after agreeing to keep the children.