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F1: Leclerc tests positive for COVID

TopNews. Charles Leclerc has tested positive for COVID-19, the Ferrari driver said on his Twitter feed Thursday. The 23-year-old Monaco-born Leclerc said he had taken a COVID test after coming into contact with someone who had the virus.

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Tennis: Landing ATP finals like climbing Everest - Binaghi

TopNews. Bringing the ATP Finals to Turin is a massive achievement for Italy, Italian Tennis Federation President Angelo Binaghi told a press conference on Thursday. Turin is set to host the event for five years, starting November 14-21 this year.



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Soccer: Juve lose Dybala for 15-20 days

Sports. Juventus will be without Paulo Dybala for 15-20 days after the Argentina forward picked up a left-knee ligament injury in Sunday's 3-1 win against Sassuolo in Turin, the Bianconeri said Monday.


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And not wanting to dominate others Francis says at audience

Future lies in feeling fraternal says Pope

The future lies in feeling fraternal and not dominating others, Pope Francis said at his weekly general audience on Wednesday.


Society is humane if can take care of most fragile says Francis

Pope calls for 'trust-based' care of the ill

Pope Francis on Tuesday called for "trust-based" care of the sick in a message ahead of the 29th World Day of the Sick on February 11.


Females formally admitted to ministries of Lector and Acolyte

Pope Francis OKs lay women proclaiming God's Word

Pope Francis on Monday gave official approval to the current practice of lay women proclaiming God's Word during services.















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