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'Precipitous' fall in Antarctic sea ice since 2014 revealed
The vast expanse of sea ice around Antarctica has suffered a ‘precipitous’ fall since 2014, satellite data shows, and fell at a faster rate than seen in the Arctic.
US exports to Iran facing 50% fall
According to the United States Census Bureau, US exports to Iran in January 2019 has experienced 50% fall compared with the same period last year.
American public support for Israel hits decade low: Gallup poll
The American people’s support for Israel has fallen to its lowest level in the past decade, a new poll has found, indicating that President Donald Trump’s many controversial decisions to boost ties with Tel Aviv are alienating people back at home.
UK's November shopper numbers fall worst for a decade
Shopper numbers in Britain saw their largest November drop for a decade, as Black Friday discounts drove more shopping online, retail researcher Springboard said on Monday.
Research firm: India iPhone sales to fall for first time in four years
Apple’s iPhone sales are set to dip by around a quarter in India’s holiday season fourth quarter, putting them on course for the first full-year fall in four years, industry research firm Counterpoint said on Saturday.
Fall in local UK bus journeys to 12-year low prompts talk of crisis
The number of local bus journeys fell to a 12-year low in the UK, prompting public transport campaigners to talk of a crisis in the services.
Iran’s rial claws back some losses after record fall
Iran’s rial bounced back on Tuesday from a record low which has seen the national currency lose nearly two-thirds of its value since the start of the year.
China steel exports may fall further
Chinese exports of steel products may continue to fall this year due to strong domestic demand and reductions in capacity due to environmental commitments, the chairman of state-owned mill Fujian Sangang Group Co Ltd said.
Oil falls as stronger dollar eclipses U.S. inventory drop
Oil prices fell on Thursday, dragged lower by a firmer dollar that offset support from a surprise decline in U.S. crude inventories.
Record fall in net migration to UK in year after Brexit vote
Net migration to Britain fell by the largest amount on record in the 12 months after the Brexit vote, with more than three-quarters of the drop due to more EU citizens leaving and fewer arriving, official data showed on Thursday.
Fall, a good time to start exercising
Did you spend the hot, sweltering days of summer sitting in front of an air conditioner? Then fall is a probably a good time for you to get up and get moving, medical experts say.
Intelligence chiefs warn of 'terrorist diaspora' after Daesh fall
US intelligence and counterterrorism officials warn that the military campaign to rout Daesh in Iraq and Syria will create a “terrorist diaspora” in the West, putting the US in a period of “sustained vulnerability” for years to come.
Number of foreign visitors to France falls sharply
The number of foreign tourists fell sharply in France in the second quarter of the year, official data showed on Friday, during a period marked by street protests, strikes and poor weather and after November's terrorist attacks.
Oil prices fall
Oil prices fell by one percent on Friday as a crude and refined product glut weighed on markets and investors eyed a possible stutter in China's imports, ending a two-day short-covering rally.

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