The hugely popular game can't be officially downloaded yet, but that hasn't stopped Indonesians.
US regulators would have taken too long to approve the sale based on how it would affect personal information, the Chinese consortium that wants to buy Opera said.
The Japanese government recommends keeping cool under the hot sun and not wandering into dangerous areas.
The monster-catching phenomenon could be arriving in Nintendo's home territory as soon as Wednesday. Meanwhile Nintendo itself has doubled in value since the game's launch.
The latest ban there is the third for the Facebook-owned app since December. The suspension will be lifted when the company turns over data related to a criminal case, says a court.
Blocking access to certain corners of the internet is a common response to political events in Turkey.
The site acted faster than in the past to take down tweets and accounts praising the attack, according to watchdog group Counter Extremism Project.
Ohio law-enforcement agencies have at least 20 robots similar to the kind that was rigged with a bomb by Dallas police earlier this month.
The world's second-biggest TV maker by market share has a strong second quarter, with $504 million in profit.
The search giant now has until September 7 to respond to claims about its wildly popular mobile software.