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Malagò blasts govt's CONI reform as 'occupation'

TopNews. Giovanni Malagò, the head of Italian Olympic Committee CONI, on Thursday blasted a reform of Italian sport contained in the government's draft budget package. "This is not a reform of Italian sport, it has nothing to do with that," Malagò said.

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Soccer: Roma donate 150,000 to Sean Cox family

TopNews. AS Roma said Thursday it had donated 150,000 euros to the family of Sean Cox, an Irish Liverpool fan seriously injured in clashes ahead of a Champions League semi-final first leg last season.

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Soccer: Ranieri takes over at Fulham

TopNews. Former Chelsea and Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri has returned to the Premier League by taking over from sacked Slavisa Jokanovic at Fulham. Ranieri, 67, last coached in France, at Nantes, last season.


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Golf: Molinari hoping to crown dream season in Dubai

TopNews. Francesco Molinari is looking to crown a "dream year" that saw him win the Open and top the victorious Ryder Cup scoring with a win in Dubai that would make him the year's best player on the European Tour.


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Vatican

New version to be submitted to Holy See says CEI

Italian Catholic Church changes Lord's Prayer

The Italian Bishops Conference (CEI) said Thursday the text of the Lord's Prayer (Our Father) would change. The new version of the Roman Missal will be submitted to the Holy See for approval, they said.


Pontiff compares gossipers to terrorists in general audience

Gossip kills says Pope Francis

Pope Francis warned that "gossip kills" during his weekly general audience on Wednesday in St Peter's Square.


Will visit Rabat, Casablanca

Pope Francis to go to Morocco in March 2019

Pope Francis will go to Morocco in March 2019, the Vatican said Tuesday.


Decisions often not inspired by solidarity, justice says Francis

Pope Francis blasts poverty in resource-rich world

Pope Francis lamented the fact that there is so much poverty in a world of plenty during his weekly general audience on Wednesday.


Urges Mideast peace

No 'price list' for sacraments says Pope

There should be no "price list" for the sacraments, Pope Francis said Friday. He also asked for peace in the Middle East, especially in Iraq and Syria.


Universiade 2019

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Universiade: Naples chamber of commerce sees 'positive effects'

'Large events can be driving force for economy' says Fiola


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Accord signed for Fisciano village

Dining hall to offer 5 menus based on athlete nationality


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UNISA stadium renovation plan presented

In Fisciano, Pasquale Vittorio stadium to be renovated