The Guardian - November 28, 2023
The Guardian - November 28, 2023
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November 28, 2023
Willian's pair of penalties help Fulham earn dramatic victory
Fulham secured their first win in five matches after Willian scored his second penalty of the night deep into added time.
Return to hell? United's European hopes on the line again in Istanbul
As Erik ten Hag prepares his players for a hostile reception in Turkey, there are echoes of the two sides’ notorious meeting in 1993 when United crumbled under the pressure
Afghanistan FA president aided match fixing, former players claim
Several former Afghanistan players have claimed the president of the country's football federation ordered them to fix two matches during a men's tournament in Malaysia.
Racing - Henderson weighs up next step for Shishkin
Trainer in hurry to geta run into horse before King George V Chase following high-profile refusal to start
Raiders of the lost art Guardiola and City have unearthed a long-lost treasure with dribbling Doku
The roar begins before the ball has even reached his feet. A lunchtime crowd at the Etihad Stadium, breath visible on the air, cooked breakfasts still sitting heavy in the stomach
India tries 'risky' drill operation to save men trapped in tunnel
The fate of 41 Indian workers trapped in a collapsed mountain tunnel hung in the balance yesterday as rescuers began a \"risky\" attempt to drill from above to try to pull them out.
Cod in crisis Populations plummet as warming seas disrupt spawning
Guðrún Bjarnadóttir Bech sings to herself while she sorts through baby fish with a pair of tweezers. \"Ding! Ding! Ding!\" she suddenly bursts out. \"That's a plaice,\" she says her reaction testament to how few she sees.
Recruitment firms to be used as Ukraine overhauls conscription policies to sustain fighting force
Ukraine's government is planning to change its conscription practices as it seeks to sustain fighting capacity after nearly two years of full-fledged war with Russia.
Time spent in nature in 2020 saved the NHS £356 a head.figures show
The health benefits gained from adults in the UK spending more time in nature during the first year of lockdown were equivalent to £356 per person, new figures show.
Saudis driving major plan to hook' poor countries on oil
Saudi Arabia is driving a huge global investment plan to create demand for its oil and gas in developing countries, an undercover investigation has revealed. Critics say the plan is designed to get nations \"hooked on its harmful products\".
Liz Truss Former PM appears to back Trump in 2024 US election
Liz Truss, the shortest-serving prime minister in British history, has in effect backed Donald Trump in next year's US presidential election
Sunak pushed by Tory right to revive Rwanda proposals before Christmas
Rishi Sunak is facing fresh pressure from Conservative MPs close to Suella Braverman, who are writing to him to demand \"radical\" new polices before Christmas on limiting immigration.
London museum takes delivery of asteroid sample holding clues to early solar system
A teaspoon's worth of dark dust and granules scooped from an asteroid 200 million miles from Earth has arrived at the Natural History Museum in London, where scientists are preparing to unlock its secrets.
Weapons Surgeon says Israel used white phosphorus
A London surgeon has described witnessing a \"massacre unfold\" during 43 days spent under bombardment in Gaza, saying the destruction of the Palestinian health system was a military objective of the war.
Temperatures likely to dip to -8C on east coast as snow moves in
Northern areas of the UK received a dusting of snow yesterday and more icy weather and sub-zero temperatures are forecast for the rest of the week.
Yes, I have nightmares' Hostages' stories of bravery and tragedy
One of the Israeli hostages freed on Sunday briefly escaped captivity to hide in the Gaza ruins, it has emerged, amid fresh details of the conditions in which Hamas's prisoners were kept.
Strike a pose: Gucci designers stop work over plan to move staff to Milan
The fashion empire Gucci experienced the first industrial action by its creative staff yesterday in a row over a plan to relocate workers from Rome to Milan.
Private rents up more than a quarter since start of pandemic, says Savills
Average private rents in Great Britain have soared by more than a quarter since the start of the Covid pandemic and will keep rising, according to an analysis.
Teenagers 'wanted to kill five children'
Two teenagers accused of murdering a 16-year-old girl in a park near Warrington had a list of five children they wanted to kill, a court heard yesterday.
Deal to extend truce raises hopes of dozens more hostages released
Qatar and Egypt broker agreement UN chief hails as glimpse of humanity’
Victims of romance fraud set up help group to raise awareness
Victims of romance fraud conned out of thousands and left emotional wrecks are having their distress compounded by police telling them no crime has been committed and it is just \"boyfriend trouble\".
Watkins winner takes Villa just two points from the top
Sometimes it is easy to be led by the scoreboard. This was a pulsating battle between two clubs energised by smart managerial appointments and there is a temptation to argue that the turning point came when Aston Villa somehow went in level at halftime, allowing Unai Emery to bend the game to his will with a double substitution that gave a previously rampant Tottenham more questions to answer during the second half.
Garnacho acrobatics douse Everton's fire
Everton burned with a sense of injustice over the record 10-point deduction that has revived relegation fears just when it seemed Sean Dyche's side had left them behind.
Slade sinks Falcons to end Exeter drought
Rob Baxter and his Exeter players were able to do something they had not done for a long time. For the first time since 7 October 2022, they could savour a Premiership away win, thus condemning their hosts to a seventh defeat this season and a 10th in succession dating back to March.
Verstappen ends record-breaking season in style
Perhaps it was the sheer scale of his achievement that finally hit home for Max Verstappen as he stood victorious on the podium for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to close out the 2023 Formula One season.
Virgin flight on used oil claimed to be future of 'jet zero' - in spite of risks
A Boeing 787 will set off tomorrow from London Heathrow for New York, shorn of paying passengers but with a payload of scientists, aviation leaders and politicians, and powered largely by used cooking oil - better known as sustainable aviation fuel.
Arsenal of free woria Head of Ukraine's arms industry argues for new role after end of war
Oleksandr Kamyshin, the man with the job of reviving Ukraine's domestic arms industry, has a dream. When the war is over, he believes, Ukraine should focus on arms production and export, turning itself into the \"arsenal of the free world\".
Beijing struggles to balance climate pledges with focus on energy security
China's addiction to building coalfired power plants is becoming increasingly entrenched, even while the country is on track to peak its CO₂ emissions before its 2030 target.
Warning of snow by end of week as cold front takes hold
The UK is bracing for a week of cold weather that has produced wintry scenes across the country at the weekend, with temperatures remaining low in many areas over the week ahead
Headteacher's family denied legal aid for inquest hearing
The family of the headteacher Ruth Perry, whose death after a critical Ofsted inspection will be the subject of a high-profile inquest this week, have been refused legal aid to fund their representation just days before the hearing is due to start.
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