F1: Ferrari debacle as cars collide

TopNews. Ferrari's wretched run continued with a debacle in the second-last grand prix of the season as Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc collided five laps from the end of the Brazilian Grand Prix.


Soccer: Won't call Balotelli for skin colour - Mancini

TopNews. Mario Balotelli will be called up to the Italy squad on merit and not for the colour of his skin, coach Roberto Mancini said Monday after last week's call by Italian Soccer Federation (FIGC) chief Gabriele Gravina to give the Brescia striker a cap after su...

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Guerrero Alves replaces jailed Cardinal Pell

Pope Francis appoints Spanish Jesuit as economy chief

Pope Francis has appointed a fellow Jesuit, Spaniard Juan Antonio Guerrero Alves, as the new head of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy.

'Jews are our brothers' Francis tells general audience

Reborn persecution of Jews not human nor Christian says pope

'Jews are our brothers' Francis tells general audience.

Rather than having healthy and clean relations

Politicians who insult want to destroy others says pope

Politicians who insult others want to destroy them, Pope Francis said on Tuesday. "Some politicians prefer to insult others to destroy them, rather than having healthy and clean relations," he said at Mass at Casa Santa Marta.

Open hearts to those who seek bread and refuge

Let's build bridges with those who don't believe says Pope

Pope Francis on Wednesday urged the faithful to "build bridges with those who don't believe or who have different faiths". Speaking at his weekly general audience in St Peter's, Francis also said "let us open our hearts to those who seek bread and refuge".

Throwing doctrinal formulas like stones not Christian - Francis

Church neither multinational nor NGO - Pope

The Catholic Church is neither a multinational nor an NGO, Pope Francis says in a new book of interviews published by Vatican publisher LEV.

Universiade 2019


Universiade: Virgiliano OK

Gyms ready in Vomero stadium by December


Universiade: Napoli 2019 documentary to be screened Wednesday

30-minute film shows faces, places, emotions of World Uni Games