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The Taliban has reportedly threatened the boy, who went viral for making a football shirt out of a bag.
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.
China helped build the museum with a donation of about $34m (£27m).
Some 113 million Americans have had an immediate family member jailed, says the report.
Brazil's ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva says the judge who convicted him was not impartial.
The singer turned actress is nominated for A Star is Born alongside co-star and director Bradley Cooper.
Wall Street opens lower after London and other major European stock markets fall more than 2%.
"Bullying is unacceptable," says the father, driving behind his 10-year-old as she trudges to school.
Judges say the charges against Diane Rwigara of inciting insurrection and forgery are 'baseless'.
Despite a major reversal on fuel taxes, "yellow vest" protests are still planned for Saturday.
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.
A 15-year-old's plans for a birthday party turn into a nightmare when they are posted on Facebook.
The error meant a blank yellow rectangle was active on the sites and apps for about 45 minutes.
The Girls star says speaking up for Murray Miller out of "blind faith" was "a terrible mistake".
Miguel Guevara had just finished hearing confession when a woman threw acid in his face.
A group on social media in the country is calling on parents to unite against "amoral" musicians.
David Earl Miller argued that lethal injection would lead to a prolonged and painful death.
The US seeks to extradite chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, daughter of the telecom giant's founder.