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Soccer: Buffon says may carry on on 42nd birthday

TopNews.Gianluigi Buffon said as he turned 42 Tuesday that he might carry on as Juve's back-up keeper if a self-assessment in the spring turns out OK. "For the future I'm ready and open to all ideas," he said. "Let's see how I get to March/April".

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Soccer: Inter announce Eriksen

Sports. Inter Milan on Tuesday officially announced the arrival of Christian Eriksen from Spurs. Eriksen replied "of course" when asked if he was happy to have moved from London to Milan on Monday.

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Soccer: Lautaro gets 2-match ban, will miss derby

TopNews. Inter striker Lautaro Martinez on Tuesday got a two-match ban for threatening the ref in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Cagliari. The 22-year-old Argentina striker will miss the Milan derby on February 9. He was also fined 15,000 euros.

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Soccer: Inter cut Juve lead to 3

TopNews. Inter Milan cut Juventus's lead at the top of Serie A to three points with a home draw to Cagliari while the Bianconeri went down 2-1 at Napoli. Roma and Lazio drew the Roman derby 1-1 so Lazio are still two behind Inter with a game in hand, against Verona.



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Vatican

Francis's Message for World Day of Social Communication released

Pope Francis blasts fake news and 'hateful messages'

Pope Francis blasted fake news and the use of messages of hate in his Message for World Day of Social Communication.


Francis compares plight of asylum seekers to that of St Paul

Pope Francis blasts hostility towards migrants

Pope Francis blasted hostility towards migrants as he compared their plight to that of St Paul when he was shipwrecked on Malta during his weekly general audience on Wednesday.


World must 'move beyond short-term approaches

Put people first not power Pope tells WEF

World must 'move beyond short-term approaches' says Francis.


Receives Simon Wiesenthal delegation ahead of Shoah Memory Day

Pope Francis warns against antisemitism, populism

Pope Francis on Monday warned against antisemitism and populism in an audience with a delegation from the Simon Wiesenthal Center. The pope recalled his visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, and condemned antisemitism in every form.


Church embraces millions, there'll always be someone contrary

Benedict case 'closed', Pope Francis tells Scalfari

The case of emeritus pope Benedict XVI apparently coming out against Pope Francis' possible ordination of married priests in the Amazon and other outlying regions is closed, Francis told journalist Eugenio Scalfari in an interview with La Repubblica daily ...