Soccer: Conte gets 2-match ban for threatening ref

TopNews. Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte on Tuesday got a 2-match ban for threatening the referee at the end of Saturday's 0-0 draw at Udinese. The former Juventus and Italy manager was also fined 20,000 euros.

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Father Giovanni Fornasini killed by SS after Marzabotto Massacre

Partisan priest who denounced WWII atrocity to be beatified

An Italian Partisan priest who was killed by the Nazis for denouncing Italy's and Europe's worst WWII atrocity is set to be beatified, the first step towards sainthood.

And not wanting to dominate others Francis says at audience

Future lies in feeling fraternal says Pope

The future lies in feeling fraternal and not dominating others, Pope Francis said at his weekly general audience on Wednesday.

Society is humane if can take care of most fragile says Francis

Pope calls for 'trust-based' care of the ill

Pope Francis on Tuesday called for "trust-based" care of the sick in a message ahead of the 29th World Day of the Sick on February 11.

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