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Defence Ministry signs £146 million contract to upgrade RAF’s long-range missile

Minister for Defence Procurement Harriett Baldwin has today announced a £146 million contract with MBDA to regenerate an air-launched missile, alongside her French counterpart Laurent Collet-Billon. The shared deal with MDBA will see the UK’s Storm Shadow and France’s SCALP missiles updated so they remain fit for purpose and ready for operational use. During an inward visit by Laurent Collet-Billon, …

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Defence Secretary confirms £1.7bn investment in Scottish military bases

The Defence Secretary confirmed £1.7 billion will be invested to upgrade Scottish military bases as the MOD’s Defence Board convened in Edinburgh for the first time. Sir Michael Fallon outlined how Scotland will be home to several additional key Defence capabilities by 2020 to the Board and recognised its unique contribution to UK national security. Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said: …

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Suicide bomber kills at least 39 people in Mogadishu

  Somalia- A Somali official has confirmed that a car bomb blast at a marketplace in Mogadishu has killed at least 39 people and injured 50 others on Sunday 19. According to  Reuters, the mayor of Wadajir district, Ahmed Abdulle Afrax, said that the  car was driven by a suicide bomber leading to the fatal incident. He also commented via …

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Ten countries have selected their entries for Eurovision song contest

According to Eurovision’ website, ten countries have selected their songs for the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest that will take place in Kyiv. Eurovision adds that the ten countries that have selected their entries are Albania, Belarus, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. According to Eurovision' website, ten countries have selected their songs for the 2017 …

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Valentines day banned in some Asian countries

Asia- Valentine’s Day celebrations on Tuesday 14 have been banned by authorities in parts of Indonesia and Pakistan to discourage casual sex. According to Reuters, officials said the romantic tradition encourages casual sex and goes against cultural norms to Asia’s largest Muslim populations. In Surabaya, Indonesia schools were ordered to prohibit students from celebrating Valentine’s Day according to Reuters and …

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Man convicted of the murder of a six-year-old boy who disappeared in 1979

New York- The city jury on Tuesday found a former delicatessen worker guilty of murdering a six-year-old boy who disappeared in 1979. According to Reuters Etan Patz vanished as he walked alone to a school bus stop in the city’s SoHo neighborhood on May 25, 1979. Reuters reported, “his disappearance in 1979 raised national awareness of the plight of abducted …

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President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau conference

“A two nation share much more than a border, we share  the  same values,  we share the  love and a truly  great love of freedom and we share  a collective defense. American and Canadian troops have troops have gone to battle together, fought wars together and forged the special bonds that come when two nations have shed their blood together …

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Lucie Jones is UK’s Eurovision contestant

The UK representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 is a former contestant of X Factor , Lucie Jones who was selected on Friday, January 27. According to nme.com Jones Performed, Never Give Up On You, for a judging panel that included Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Strictly Come Dancing’s Bruno Tonioli live on You Decide on BBC2. The singer said in tears, “I can’t believe …

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Isabella Levina will represent Germany in Kyiv

  In the first round five competing artists performed a cover version of their choice for the German national selection . Isabella Levina – When We Were Young (Adele)   Helene-Nissen- Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash) Axel-Maximilian, You Know My Name (Chris Cornell) Yosefin-Buohler – Love On Top (Beyoncé) Felicia  Lu- Dancing On My Own (Robyn) The artists who advanced into the …

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