The augmented reality game has been blamed for car crashes and there are concerns over privacy.
Erna Solberg was pictured playing Pokemon Go in Norway's parliament.
The spectacle of a young rebel being arrested for blasphemy is a teaching aid the Kremlin loves to use to get its message across.
Russian officials said playing the game in a church is an act of inciting hatred.
Police say it is the first fatality related to the game in Japan.
Nearly 50,000 fans have called for a "Harry Potter Go" game—could it look like this?
Children playing the game have ended up close to the homes of sex offenders.
A number of crimes have already been blamed on the smash mobile gaming hit, which draws people into public to hunt for digital avatars.
Network Rail raised "safety concerns" relating to those playing Pokemon Go close to live train tracks.
Nintendo shares fell 18 percent on Monday morning after Pokémon Go's value was overestimated.
The film director said of the app: "It's not funny. What's happening is a new level of invasion."
Pokémon Go opens a new conversation for how we are to protect our digital right to privacy.
Police around the world are providing guidelines on how to avoid injury playing the game.
Some 120,000 landmines remain in Bosnia following a three-year civil war.