Soccer: Suarez in Perugia for Italian exam


Luis Suarez was in Perugia on Thursday to do an Italian exam at the city's University for Foreigners. The Uruguay and Barcelona forward is reportedly seeking to gain Italian citizenship.


Motor sport: Italian 1-2 in MotoGP, Ferraris flop at Mugello


Italy's Franco Morbidelli won Sunday's San Marino MotoGP Grand Prix at the Misano circuit, bringing his Yamaha home ahead of his compatriot Francesco Bagnaia on a Ducati. Italy's nine-time world champions Valentino Rossi was fourth.


Skiing: Cortina worlds to see 50-60,000 spectators

TopNews. The skiing world championships in Cortina next February will see around 50-60,000 spectators, the head of the organising committee said in Venice Wednesday. Valerio Giacobbi said crowds would be "around half the 120,000 we would have expected before COVID-19".

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Pope prays for Don Roberto Malgesini after 'martyrdom'

Pope Francis pays tribute to priest who was stabbed to death

Pope Francis on Wednesday paid tribute to Don Roberto Malgesini, a priest who was stabbed to death by a homeless foreign national with mental-health problems in Como on Tuesday.

Some taking advantage of situation to sow division says Francis

Too many partisan interests on COVID vaccine - Pope

There are too many partisan interests in the search for a COVID vaccine, Pope Francis said Wednesday. "We can only emerge from the crisis if we seek the common good together," Francis said.

Time for solidarity Francis says in message to Cernobbio session

Post-COVID green and creative, look to young - pope

Pope Francis sent a message to the opening day of the Forum Ambrosetti at Villa d'Este at Cernobbio Friday calling for an ecological conversion of the world economy, by creating new and original paths for the common good, and investing in new generations w...

All linked to one another says Francis at general audience

Better after pandemic with solidarity - pope

Pope Francis said at his weekly general audience Wednesday that "the current pandemic has highlighted our interdependence. "We are all linked, one to another, for better or worse.

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