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Russia said its Su-57 stealth fighter jet will be armed with hypersonic missiles similar to the Kinzhal hypersonic missile. "In accordance with Russia's State Armament Program for 2018-2027, Su-57 jet fighters will be equipped with hypersonic missiles," a Russian defense industry source told Tass.
Mane was thrown on in the late stages, while Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino also came back into the line-up after both played just the second period at Turf Moor. Andy Robertson and Georginio Wijnaldum were welcomed back into the starting XI on the south coast after receiving a well-earned rests on Wednesday evening, and will be fit to face Napoli.
Michael Gove says EU have ‘allowed us to cherrypick’. Michael Gove has insisted Tuesday’s crunch Commons vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal will take place as the prime minister made a final push for MPs’ support in a test of authority she is almost universally expected to lose heavily. Gove, the environment secretary and a key Brexit voice in the cabinet, told colleagues that while May could seek new concessions from Brussels, there was a risk of her – or another leader – returning with a worse deal.
Thousands of festive revellers got into the Santa spirit this weekend during the global ‘SantaCon’ fancy dress pub crawl. The annual boozy gathering sees crowds of drinkers – all dressed as Father Christmas – descend on city centres worldwide. SantaCon London, which raised cash for the ‘Christmas for Kids’ charity, saw Santas parade through the capital before the traditional end point at Trafalgar Square. There were also SantaCon parades in Glasgow, Madrid, New York, and Los Angeles.
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane, as New Zealand's prime minister spoke of an "overwhelming sense of hurt and shame" over her death. The suspect was listed on a charge sheet as residing at the Citylife Hotel on Queen Street in central Auckland. The last confirmed sighting of Ms Millane was at Citylife Hotel at 9.41pm on Saturday 1 December, when she was seen with a "male companion".
A midseason tactical switch sparked Chelsea's surge to the Premier League title two years ago under Antonio Conte. For the first time in his debut season at Chelsea, Maurizio Sarri deployed a lineup without a genuine striker for the match against Manchester City on Saturday. A 2-0 win over the previously unbeaten leaders that brought Chelsea back into contention for the title.
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the UK can cancel Brexit without the need for permission from the 27 other EU member states.
Murdered Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi repeatedly told his killers "I can't breathe" during his final moments in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, according to leaked excerpts from a transcript.
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party called on Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday to come back from Brussels with real changes to her divorce deal with the European Union or face a defeat in parliament.
OSLO (Reuters) - Equinor's Mongstad oil refinery on Norway's west coast was shut on Monday following a leak of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), the company and emergency services said.
Day beds keep the function of a room flexible. Having one in the home office makes an informal place to read, or to take a power nap. In the kids’ room or guest room it’s a more compact sleeping option than a sofa bed.
Hollywood Bowl on Monday cheered higher sales as it dished out a special dividend. The tenpin bowling operator revealed revenues increased 5.8% to £120.5 million in the year to September 30. It saw pretax profits rise 13.4% to £23.9 million and said a special dividend of 4.33p per share will be paid on top of ordinary dividends.
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. It said footfall on high streets, shopping centres and retail parks fell by 3.2 percent year-on-year last month - a twelfth consecutive month of decline. "This year, amidst all of the other challenges facing retail, the drop in footfall of 3.2 percent in November was the largest of any November since Springboard started publishing footfall data in 2009," said Diane Wehrle, Springboard's marketing and insights director.