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Soccer: Racist chants by Lazio fans agst Bakayoko

TopNews. Lazio fans aimed racist chants at AC Milan player Tiemoué Bakayoko ahead of Wednesday night's Italian Cup semi-final second leg at the San Siro. On at least one occasion some fans chanted "this banana is for Bakayoko".




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Swimmer Vergani tests positive for cannabis

TopNews. Italian swimmer Andrea Vergani tested positive for cannabis in a National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO) test during the recent Italian championships, sources said Friday.


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Vatican

Keep hoping in risen Christ says Francis

Injustice does not have last word tweets Pope on martyrs

Injustice does not have the last word, Pope Francis tweeted on martyrs Wednesday. "The martyrs of all times, with their faith in Christ, tell us that injustice does not have the last word: in the risen Lord we can continue to hope #Easter", he tweeted.


On St George's Day

Pope marks Name Day by donating rosaries

On his Name Day, the feast of St George, Pope Francis donated 6,000 rosaries from World Youth Day to young people from the Archdiocese of Milan.


Mediations prepared by missionary nun Eugenia Bonetti

Pope Francis highlighting migrants' plight during Way of the Cross

Pope Francis will highlight the plight of the victims of human trafficking during the traditional Good Friday Way of the Cross ceremony at the Colosseum.


At weekly general audience

Pope Francis lets 5 kids onto popemobile

Pope Francis on Wednesday let five children onto his popemobile as he arrived in St Peter's Square for his weekly general audience. Some 12,000 faithful attended the audience in a sunny but cool day.


New initiative in Fridays of Mercy series

Pope in surprise visit to Alzheimer patients in Rome

Pope Francis paid a surprise visit to Alzheimer patients in Rome on Friday. The pontiff made an unscheduled trip to the Alzheimer's centre in one of his impromptu Fridays of Mercy initiatives.


Universiade 2019
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Universiade: 71 days to go, registration

Vietnam, Albania, Paraguay, and Costa Rica last to sign up


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Universiade: 72 days to go, goalkeeper

'Korea, Japan and China most prepared'


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Universiade: 70 days to go, almost 300

Registration closed, 1,550 signed up in track and field