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Man shoots wife dead, gives self up

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A man shot his wife several times while she was walking in the street at Bovisio Masciago near Monza on Thursday, and she died on the way to hospital. The 35-year-old woman was being taken to Monza's San Gerardo Hospital, sources said.

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Soccer: FIFA ref chief scolds Buffon for Oliver comments

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FIFA refereeing supreme Massimo Busacca on Monday scolded Juventus skipper Gianluigi Buffon for saying ref Michael Oliver should have thought of the moment in the match when he gave a 92nd minute penalty for Real Madrid that allowed Cristiano Ronaldo to wi...


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F1: Vettel still top despite Verstappen shunt

TopNews. Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is still top of the Formula One standings despite Red Bull's Max Verstappen's crashing into him and relegating him to eighth in the China Grand Prix.



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Election 2018

Election 2018Basic income, scrapping 400 laws inc Fornero and Good School

Election 2018: M5S manifesto

The election manifesto of the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement, recently presented with a solemn pledge by leader Luigi Di Maio, vows to scrap 400 "useless" laws to free up the Italian economy as well as pleasing voters by reforming an unpopular 2011 pen...


FactboxKey part of anti-establishment movement's electoral programme

Factbox: M5S's basic income

The 5-Star Movement's (M5S) proposal to introduce a basic-income benefit, the so-called 'citizenship wage', was a key part of the anti-establishment group's electoral campaign.


Analysis by Istituto Cattaneo

Past election laws would not have produced majority either

If Sunday's general election failed to produce a majority in parliament it is not solely the fault of the 'Rosatellum' election law, according to an analysis by Bologna's Istituto Cattaneo.


Vatican

Francis also calls for respect of life of Vincent Laurent

Pope appeals for Alfie Evans, meets father

Francis also calls for respect of life of Vincent Laurent


Moving moment as Francis visits socially deprived Rome district

Pope tells mourning boy his atheist dad is in heaven

Moving moment as Francis visits socially deprived Rome district.


Refers to apostolic exhortation

Holiness grows with small daily gestures Pope tweets

Pope Francis tweeted Friday that "the holiness to which the Lord calls you grows via small good gestures in daily life. #GaudeteetExsultate". He was referring to his recent apostolic exhortation which is about the call to holiness in today's world.


Francis sends letter after report by two special envoys

Pope feels 'shame', admits mistakes over Chile sex abuse

Pope Francis has admitted to making "serious mistakes" over child sex abuse by members of the clergy in Chile.


Baptism 'Christifies' faithful says Francis

Pope Francis says don't wait to christen kids

Pope Francis on Wednesday urged parents to baptize their children soon after birth, thus giving them the opportunity - and the free gift - of having Jesus Christ live inside them from the beginning. Addressing the pilgrims gathered in St.


Has created precariousness, slavery Francis says in new book

Unbridled capitalism widened rich-poor gap - Pope

The unbridled capitalism of the last few decades has widened the gap between the rich and the poor, "generating new precariousness and slavery," Pope Francis says in the preface to a book, Power and Money, collecting his writings on the economy.