The manager will miss Arsenal's FA Cup third round clash with Nottingham Forest, the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and next weekend's Premier League game against Bournemouth, but will be back in the dugout for the visit of Crystal Palace to the Emirates on January 20th.
"It is not a lucky period for him", Conte told a news conference.
"Today he had chances but this is football".
"It's a pity because he had many chances to score but, at the same time, I'm very happy for his effort and commitment". He has to continue to work and improve.
Music streaming giant Spotify faces massive copyright lawsuit
Music-streaming service Spotify has allegedly been using thousands of songs without the proper licenses. A Spotify spokesperson declined to comment on the lawsuit.
FCC chairman cancels attendance at CES
In 2014 protesters camped outside the home of then-Chairman Tom Wheeler, a Democrat , and prevented him from leaving his driveway. The Federal Trade Commission's acting chairwoman Maureen Ohlhausen, who was also scheduled for the debate, will still attend.
Failed missile test hits North Korean town
Another danger pointed out by The Diplomat comes from North Korea's newly demonstrated ability to carry out surprise tests. However, according to reports, North Korea discarded Sinpo as a ballistic testing site after April for some reason.
Morata, 25, fired well wide when sent through on goal early in the match.
The Spain worldwide looked to have made a costly error when he clipped the foot of Chelsea's Eden Hazard in the penalty area which allowed the Belgian to make it 1-1 from the penalty spot after Jack Wilshere had put Arsenal ahead on 63 minutes.
But the Gunners would not be beaten and Bellerin punished Alonso's poor clearing header with a fine finish for a share of the points - though there was still time for Chelsea's Davide Zappacosta to hit the crossbar.
The new season appeared to be shaping up into a two-horse race between the Manchester clubs, but as Manchester United started to stutter in the autumn, Manchester City just kept on going, and an 18-match winning streak means they have nearly wrapped up the 2017/18 title already. "Instead we are talking about a draw against a good team, but in this game we deserved to win as we created a lot of chances".