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315 billion tons iceberg the size of Sydney breaks off Antarctic ice shelf
A 315 billion tons iceberg roughly the size of Sydney’s urban area has cracked off an Antarctic ice shelf, surprising scientists who expected a separate, smaller iceberg to detach nearby.
Airbus secures multi-billion-dollar order from China
Airbus signed a deal worth tens of billions of dollars on Monday to sell 300 aircraft to China, coinciding with a visit to Europe by Chinese President Xi Jinping and matching a China record held by US rival Boeing.
Marketing services deals reached $33b in 2018, tech companies lead
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the marketing world reached $33 billion in 2018, an increase of 144 percent on the previous year, according to consultancy R3.
Photosynthesis emerged a billion years earlier than previously thought
According to new research, ancient microbes were performing photosynthesis as much as one billion years earlier than previously thought.
Swiss firm denies $1.4 billion rail deal with Iran
The Swiss firm Stadler Rail has denied reported that it signed a $1.4 billion contract to build 960 subway wagons for Iran.
Climate change could force more than a billion people to flee homes
More than a billion people could be forced to flee their homes because of global warming, according to new research.
What is this pale blue dot 4 billion miles away in space? (Video)
It’s a pale blue speck in the unimaginable expanse of space, a cosmic grain of sand less than one pixel wide against a background of endless night.
100b failed stars may be hiding in the Milky Way
Mid-sized objects known as brown dwarfs are said to be the missing link between planets and stars, being too large to be considered a planet, but not massive enough to sustain hydrogen fusion at the core.
Iran draws up $80 billion of oil deals
Iran is negotiating $80 billion of oil deals for signing, some of which are expected to be finalized no later than the next three months, two senior officials said in Tehran on Saturday.
Obama signs ‘disappointing’ $619 billion Pentagon budget
US President Barack Obama has signed into law a massive $619 billion military spending bill for next year.
US approves $1.15 billion sale of arms to Saudi Arabia
The United States has approved the sale of more than 130 Abrams tanks, 20 armored recovery vehicles and other equipment worth about $1.15 billion to Saudi Arabia.
Most volcanic activity on Mercury stopped about 3.5 billion years ago
New research from North Carolina State University finds that major volcanic activity on the planet Mercury most likely ended about 3.5 billion years ago.
Tecnimont inks 1 billion euro Iran deal
Italy’s engineering company Maire Tecnimont has signed a collaboration agreement worth 1 billion euros for construction of refineries and petrochemical plants in Iran, a news agency says.
Shell finalizes $2.3 billion debt payment to Iran
The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Royal Dutch Shell have reached a final deal on how the Anglo-Dutch company must clear its debt of $2.3 billion outstanding since 2012, a NIOC official says.
India hits one billion mobile phone subscribers
India notched up its billionth mobile phone subscriber in October, the country's telecoms regulator said, underscoring the importance of its fast-growing mobile market, the world's second largest after China.

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