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Dave Hughes instructed his side to leave the pitch during the Wojtyla Cup game against Latina Calcio in Rome
Bones discovered under basilica in 1939 exhibited in public for first time
The Bosnia Herzegovina international has helped the Rome club to the top of Serie A
Relics believed to be the bones of St Peter are to be put on public display for the first time.
A fake penis might be novel but the use of substitute urine isn’t
Utoya mass murderer Breivik was a member of the populist right-wing Progress party, which is set to join three centre-right parties in a coalition
Italian reveals he had received threats and insults from Roma fans which left him no option than to leave the club
The 58-year-old Italian will become the Holy See's Secretary of State
You’d be forgiven for hanging up if someone called your landline and announced, “It’s the Pope”.
Florin Cioaba was the son of the Romanian Roma leader Ion Cioaba. His ancestors had been a powerful Roma family for several generations but they were no strangers to misfortune. Ion was deported, with thousands of other Romani people to Transdniestria in 1942 by the pro-Nazi Romanian dictator Ion Antonescu. With most of their property confiscated they were only allowed to carry hand luggage, with which they were supposed to survive the winter.
Reports in Croatia claim Dinamo Zagreb have accepted an offer for the 17-year-old though personal terms are yet to be discussed
32-year-old defender has been told he can leave on a free transfer with Werder Bremen interested in the Norwegian international
As the man charged with cleaning out the stables at the scandal-struck Vatican bank, Monsignor Battista Ricca will need Machiavellian cunning, good fortune and a whiter-than-white record to have even a fighting chance.
Midfielder has two years left on his current contract but insists that he is happy in Italy amid speculation of a move to north London
Lyon also reportedly interested in the Ivory Coast international
Douglas Coupland was all set to interview Morrissey. And then the sleeping pills kicked in…