Plans to recover the Boeing 777's wreckage or its flight recorders, in the event the aircraft is found, will be finalized in two weeks, and will involve several Malaysian and Australian agencies.
The event started in 1978 as a protest march for gay rights and the decriminalization of homosexuality but has since grown into a major tourist spectacle featuring leather, sequins, glitter, lasers and dance music. It is now Sydney's biggest street party and a major focal point for Australia's gay and lesbian community.
Several projects are being developed, including self-driving buses and a marine transportation system.
The discoveries push back by 1,000 years evidence for tattooing in Africa.
President Donald Trump said on Friday trade wars were good and easy to win, striking a defiant tone after global criticism of his plan to slap tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum that triggered a slide in world stock markets.
Chinese authorities in the far western region of Xinjiang are detaining suspects flagged by predictive software that combines data on everything from security camera footage to health and banking records, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Tuesday.
President Vladimir Putin unveiled an array of new nuclear weapons on Thursday, in one of his most bellicose speeches in years, saying they could hit almost any point in the world and not be intercepted.
The job of policing accusations against filmmakers, agents and actors among the academy's members has proved slow and difficult.
"I am old. I have no more ambition. I really would like to rest."
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and close adviser, Jared Kushner, has lost access to the most valued US intelligence report, the President's Daily Brief, as the White House imposes greater discipline on access to secrets, two US officials familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.