Soccer: UEFA probing Ronaldo 'obscene' gesture

TopNews. UEFA said Monday they are probing Cristiano Ronaldo's allegedly obscene 'tenemos los uevos' (we have balls) gesture mimicking Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone after Juventus's epic 3-2 comeback win in the Champions League quarterfinal second leg in Turi...


Soccer: Ospina better after collapsing on field

TopNews. David Ospina is better after collapsing due to a blow to the head during Napoli's 4-2 win over Udinese Sunday, hospital sources said Monday. Coach Carlo Ancelotti visited the Colombia keeper and said "he seems to be doing fine".

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Lyon archbishop found guilty of covering up sex abuse

Pope Francis doesn't accept Barbarin resignation, he retires

Pope Francis has not accepted the resignation of Lyon Archbishop Philippe Barbarin, found guilty earlier this month of failing to report sexual abuse of minors in the 1970s and '80s at the scout camps of Father Bernard Preyna, and sentenced to six months i...

Pontiff expresses 'heartfelt solidarity' in condolences telegram

Pope Francis saddened by New Zealand mosque shootings

Pope Francis expressed the pain he felt about the New Zealand mosque shootings in a telegram of condolences sent on his behalf by Vatican Secretary of State Pietro Parolin on Friday.

Pontiff has audience with American Jewish Committee

Pope worried about climate of hatred, anti-Semitism

Pope Francis said Friday that he was worried about growing anti-Semitism during an audience in the Vatican with a delegation from the American Jewish Committee.

Promote renewed friendship with Jewish brothers

Wd be nice if priests and rabbis could work together - Pope

It would be "nice" if priests and rabbis could work together, Pope Francis said Thursday. He urged the faithful to "promote renewed friendship with our Jewish brothers".

Insatiable covetousness leads to exploitation says Francis

Pope Francis speaks out for environment in Lenten message

Pope Francis has used his message for lent this year to speak out for the environment. "Once God's law, the law of love, is forsaken, then the law of the strong over the weak takes over," said the message, which the Vatican released on Tuesday.

But victims critical after four-day Vatican conference on minors

No more sex-abuse cover-ups says Pope

But victims critical after four-day Vatican conference on minors.

Universiade 2019


Universiade: Tizzano and Di Centa join

Two Olympic champions to promote sporting event


Universiade: Santo calls event unique

But says visible problems need work first


Universiade: de Magistris visits

Says very satisfied, work to finish in a couple months