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In Brazil backlands, termites built millions of dirt mounds
Roy Funch, an American botanist who has lived and worked in Brazil’s hardscrabble northeast for decades, long looked at huge cone-shaped mounds of mud in the distance and wonder.
In Pakistani village, home is where the cave is
Bombproof, earthquake-resistant and cheap: Thousands of Pakistanis are choosing to hunker down in caves northwest of Islamabad, snapping up the hobbit-like homes amid a nationwide housing shortage.
'Live in the woods?': Concern over rising rents in Spain
Capsule flats, price rises forcing tenants out: Rents in Spain are soaring post-crisis, fueling concerns of a new ‘bubble’ in a country still traumatized by the collapse of its housing sector.
Utopia lets 'The Oblivion' in
Iranian short film 'The Oblivion', directed by Fatemeh Mohammadi, has made it into the list of the flicks to be screening at the Utopia Film Festival held annually in Greenbelt, Maryland, located near Washington, D.C.
Getting high in Laos' opium-riddled mountains
In a hut on the top of a fog-licked mountain in northern Laos, Vo Pali was getting high.
UK’s numbers of elderly in 24-hour care set to double by 2035
The number of people aged 85 and over needing 24-hour care in the UK is set to double, said a new study, as an expert warned the care system is ‘at breaking point’.
Game over? China to rein in online games in latest industry setback
China will restrict the number of video games and take steps to curb playing time by minors to address growing rates of childhood visual impairment as the government steps up its crackdown on the world's biggest online gaming market.
Sources: Much detail, little progress in US-China talks
US-China trade talks this week were heavy on details but short on progress as Washington’s negotiators outlined cases of American firms harmed by Chinese practices and China argued it was meeting its World Trade Organization (WTO) obligations, people familiar with contents of the discussions said.
Cashing in on DNA: Race on to unlock value in genetic data
How much is your DNA worth? As millions of people pay for home tests to check on ancestry or health risks, genetic data is becoming an increasingly valuable resource for drug makers, triggering a race to create a DNA marketplace.
Zarif's Response to Pompeo's 12 demands
Following is the response of Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s 12 demands from Iran. On May 21, Pompeo set 12 conditions for Iran to follow in order for the United States to agree to a new nuclear deal with Tehran.
Iran ‘in talks with Belarus to manufacture electric buses’
A privately-owned Iranian company is in talks with Belarus' Belkamunmash to begin cooperation in the field of technology and investment for manufacturing a new generation of electric buses in Tehran.
Man Utd in talks with Benfica over Lindelof
Manchester United has held initial discussions with Benfica over a £38 million move for defender Victor Lindelof.

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