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Japan's exports, machinery orders seen down
Japan's exports likely fell for a 15th straight month and machinery orders were seen down again, a Reuters poll found on Friday, amid mounting fears the coronavirus outbreak is tipping the economy into recession.
Iran reports lower price index in month ending February 19
Data published by the Iranian government’s statistics department shows inflation has nudged down by 1.6 percent in the month ending on February 19, 2019.
US birth rate down two percent in 2018
Birth rates in the United States continued to decline in 2018, particularly for younger mothers, an analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revealed.
Iran downs 'intruding foreign' drone over Persian Gulf coast
Iran’s Army shot down an unidentified drone that was violating the country’s airspace near the port city of Mahshahr in the southwestern province of Khuzestan on the Persian Gulf coast.
Iran saffron exports down due to smuggling, restrictions: Exporters
Iranian exporters of saffron, a highly expensive spice with incredible healing powers, said that smuggling and restrictions have caused a decline in exports this year.
Shanghai cracks down on mafia-style crime
Police in Shanghai arrested 1,017 suspects involved in mafia-style activities last year as the city stepped up its crackdown on gang crimes.
Black pupils' schooling ‘dumbed down’ in England ‘over special needs’
Many black pupils in England are having their education dumbed down after being wrongly identified as having one of a range special needs, a study said.
BPS: Indonesia’s poverty rate down to 9.66%, Gini ratio improves to 0.384
Indonesia has maintained a single-digit poverty rate as it posted a 9.66-percent rate as of September 2018, Statistics Indonesia (BPS) reported on Tuesday, with the number of poor people standing at 25.67 million.
France to crack down on unsanctioned protests
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced plans to punish people who hold unsanctioned protests after seven weeks of anti-government unrest.
China cracks down on wedding extravaganza, extreme pranks
China is trying to put the brakes on a trend towards increasingly lavish weddings and pre-wedding pranks which can often become violent or get out of hand.
NASA counts down to landing of Martian quake-sensor, InSight
NASA is counting down to a nail-biting touchdown on Monday of the $993-million Mars InSight, the first spacecraft to listen for quakes and study the inner workings of another rocky planet.
Sources: S. Arabia backs down from blocking UN climate report
Oil giant Saudi Arabia backed down at the last minute Saturday from obstructing the adoption of a major report by the UN's climate science panel, sources told AFP.
Samsung Electronics' net profit down 0.09%
Samsung Electronics Co. said Tuesday its second-quarter net profit edged down 0.09 percent on-year amid weak returns from the smartphone business, although the chip business posted another quarterly record profit.
High temperatures will cause body to shut down
Summers will become so hot in parts of the world by the end of this century that the body will not be able to cool itself down and will lead to sudden death, researchers warned.

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