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Evergrande: Anxious Chinese home buyers reel from crisis: As China's housing crisis grows, so have fears that dreams of home ownership have been bulldozed.
What China's economic problems mean for the world: Problems faced by the world's second-largest economy include a property market crisis and slow growth.
Pakistan: At least 50 killed, dozens injured in Mastung blast: The blast happened near a mosque as people gathered to celebrate the birth of Prophet Muhammad.
Family in gymnastics racism row say apology is 'useless': The mother of a black girl not given a medal at a gymnastics event said officials showed "no empathy".

Federal government looking to cut $1 billion from National Defence budget: A row of military members in camoflauge outfits.

The Liberal government is looking to cut almost $1 billion from the annual budget of the Department of National Defence — a demand the country’s top military commander says is prompting some “difficult” conversations within the military.

Immigration minister says he wants to make it easier for Indigenous people to cross borders: A road sign gives directions to communities near the Canada-U.S. border.

Immigration Minister Marc Miller says he wants to make it easier for Indigenous Peoples to cross international borders that have severed their homelands and families for generations.

Premier Smith says Alberta preparing Sovereignty Act motion over federal emissions plans: A woman in a green blazer makes a gesture.

Hours after the operators of the province's power grid warned that new federal electricity regulations could lead to blackouts, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said her government is preparing for the possibility of enacting her signature legislation in an effort to push back against Ottawa's planned emissions reductions.

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Video: How Saturn’s Moons Formed in a Massive Moon Collision: Researchers completed a complex simulation that supports the idea that the giant planet’s jewelry emerged hundreds of millions of years ago, not billions.

Nothing’s the Matter With Antimatter, New Experiment Confirms: Consider it good news, physicists say: “The opposite result would have had big implications.”

To Knock an Elephant Off Balance, Bring Out a Giant Blindfold: Elephants rely on visual cues to maintain consistent timing of their strides, a new study suggests.

Satellites Show Mysterious Fairy Circles in More Parts of the World: Researchers say that the rings of vegetation, which had mostly been studied in Namibia and Australia, may exist in 15 countries.

In Peru, a Fossil-Rich Desert Faces Unruly Development: The Ocucaje Desert, where paleontologists recently unearthed the ancient skeleton of the world’s heaviest animal, is being overtaken by human settlement.

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The oldest known human art is also the oldest known human attempt to record Nature.  This painting is 34,000 years old and was found in the Chauvet-Pont-d'Arc Cave, which is the subject of Werner Herzog’s film: Cave of Forgotten Dreams. Herzog used a 3D camera to capture how the shapes of the walls were incorporated into the paintings.

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