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Soccer: I don't look at standings - Sarri

TopNews. Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri said Friday on the eve of Juve-Bologna that he was not looking at the standings even though the Turin giants claimed top spot in Serie A by beating Inter Milan in the 'derby of Italy' last time out.

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Soccer: Insigne 'serene' says Ancelotti

Sports. Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti said Friday star striker Lorenzo Insigne was "serene" despite criticism from Chairman Diego De Laurentiis for skipping training.. "Insigne is well and is serene", he said ahead of a home game against Verona Saturday.

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Tennis: Sinner gets to Antwerp semi

TopNews. 18-year-old Alto Adige-born Italian tennis player Jannick Sinner got to the semifinals of the European Open in Antwerp Friday by beating America's Francis Tiafoe in three sets, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. The win moved Sinner into the ATP top 100.




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Vatican

Francis says things won't change while logic of market prevails

Pope blasts 'cruelty' of hunger in World Food Day message

Francis says things won't change while logic of market prevails.


'Christian who doesn't accuse self isn't good Christian'

Never fall into hypocrisy says Pope

Pope Francis said in his homily at Casa Santa Marta Tuesday that Christians should never fall into hypocrisy, which was "the language of the Devil".


Move follows leak of confidential notice linked to probe

Commander of Vatican Gendarmerie resigns after leak

Move follows leak of confidential notice linked to financial probe.


May Holy Spirit grant us grace to walk together

Try new ways of mission tweets Pope on Amazon synod

Pope Francis tweeted on the Synod of Bishops on the Amazon Thursday "may the Holy Spirit, maker of fraternity, give us the grace to walk together; may it make us courageous in trying ways of sharing and mission".


Ask selves if live faith with hostility says at general audience

Ideological purists adore dogma not God says Pope

Purist ideologues of the Church "adore dogma and not God", Pope Francis told his weekly general audience in St Peter's Square on Wednesday. "We must ask ourselves if we life faith with hostility for others", he said.


Universiade 2019
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Universiade: Virgiliano OK

Gyms ready in Vomero stadium by December


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Universiade: Napoli 2019 documentary to be screened Wednesday

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


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Universiade furniture donated to civil protection dept

IT equipment and other leftover supplies also handed over