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Soccer:Ronaldo fined 200,000 euros for 'uevos' gesture

TopNews. UEFA on Thursday fined Cristiano Ronaldo 200,000 euros for his 'tenemos los uevos' (we have balls) obscene gesture to Atletico Madrid fans after Juventus's epic 3-2 comeback win in the Champions League last 16 last week.

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Soccer: Icardi 'exile' over, back with Inter squad

TopNews. Mauro Icardi's partly self-imposed 'exile' from the Inter squad ended when he returned to training on Thursday for the first time since February 13. The Argentina striker was stripped of the captaincy and then accused of malingering in an injury row.


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F2: comparison with dad not heavy says Schumi Jr

TopNews. Mick Schumacher said Wednesday being compared to his father Micharel did not "weigh too heavily on him" as he looks forward to his Formula Two debut. "He was the greatest," said the 19-year-old driver, who has been part of the Ferrari Academy since January.


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Vatican

Tells Italian federation of paediatric doctors

Healthcare shd be inclusive says Pope

Healthcare should be inclusive and not just the preserve of the rich, Pope Francis told the Italian federation of paediatric doctors in an audience in the Vatican on Thursday.


12,500 attend general audience

Pope Francis lets 7 kids onto popemobile

Pope Francis let seven children onto his popemobile as the jeep toured St Peter's Square before his weekly general audience on Wednesday. Some 12,500 faithful were in attendance, Vatican sources said.


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.


Universiade 2019

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Universiade: first names of protagonists

'Works ongong but we will take part with the best'


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Universiade: Procedure for new San Paolo seats underway

Contract for stadium work expected to be signed next week


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Universiade: De Luca says Parthenope to be mascot

Says now must move fast on promoting event and communication