Volleyball: Italy beat Japan to reach world semis

TopNews. The Italian women's volleyball team beat Japan 3-2 to reach the semi-finals of the world championships in Japan on Monday. It was the 10th straight victory for the Azzurre, who won the match 25-20 22-25 25-21 19-25 15-13.


Soccer: Hope my successor fetes WC win - Mattarella

TopNews. President Sergio Mattarella said in hosting the Azzurri on the 120th anniversary of the Italian Soccer Federation (FIGC) Monday that "I hope that in 2022 my successor will be able to celebrate the World Cup (win) like Pertini in 1982 and Napolitano in 2006".


Cycling: Pinot wins Milan-Turin

Sports. France's Thibaut Pinot won the Milan-Turin classic road race Wednesday beating Colombia's Miguel Angel Lopez and recently crowned world champion Alejandro Valverde of Spain. The last Frenchman to win the race was Laurent Jalabert, 21 years ago.

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Insult and contempt can kill too Francis tells general audience

Indifference kills says Pope

Indifference kills, Pope Francis said at his weekly General Audience on Wednesday. Francis reflected on the Fifth Commandment, "Do not kill", and said that insult and contempt can kill as well.

Priests only account for 2% of cases

Paedophilia like human sacrifice of kids says pope

Pope Francis has said that sex abuse of children reminded him of human sacrifices, while pointing out that only 2% of cases involved priests.

Discuss Europe's future

Pope sees Polish president on JP II anniversary

Pope Francis on Monday received in audience Polish President Andrzej Duda amid Poland's celebrations for the 40th anniversary of the election of Polish pope John Paul II on October 16 1978.

Ex-Pittsburgh bishop covered up many cases of sex abuse

Pope Francis accepts resignation of abuse cover-up cardinal

Pope Francis on Friday accepted the resignation of Washington Archbishop Donald W. Wuerl, accused of covering for many paedophile priests when he was bishop of Pittsburgh.

Francis blasts 'contradictory approach'

Abortion like hiring a hitman - pope

Francis blasts 'contradictory approach'.

Universiade 2019


Universiade: FISU in Naples, MSC ship inspection Friday

Delegation visit, meetings on security and transport


Universiade: Agreement signed

To upgrade viability and security at the port


Universiade: Costa Cruises submits bid

Commission examining documentation provided by company