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Rome criminal lawyers to report Bonafede for Battisti video

 
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Man attacks bus passenger with axe

 
Florence
Man confesses to stealing Jesus statue from crib while drunk

Man confesses to stealing Jesus statue from crib while drunk

 
Milan
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Man gets life for killing pensioner

 
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Salvini vows to answer Naples mayor with 'action' after bomb

Salvini vows to answer Naples mayor with 'action' after bomb

 
Herculaneum
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New developments for 2019 at Herculaneum

 
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Rome
Ministries shd inform on cellphone dangers - TAR

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Rome
Raggi mulls life-saving homeless cold weather scheme

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Rome

Soccer: Sarri risks over 4 mths for Mancini 'queer' slur

Napoli coach insulted Inter boss after Italian Cup loss

Soccer: Sarri risks over 4 mths for Mancini 'queer' slur

Rome, January 20 - Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri risks being banned for over four months after allegedly calling Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini a "queer" in a spat about extra time at Inter's 2-0 win at Napoli in an Italian Cup semi-final Tuesday night, sources said Wednesday. An Italian Soccer Federation (FIGC) sporting judge would give Sarri a fine or a ban of up to three games if Sarri's statements are adjudged to have been "injurious", the FIGC sources said. But a ban of "no less than four months" would be warranted if the slur is deemed to have been "discriminatory", the sources said. Mancini told Italian TV after the match that "Sarri called me a queer and a faggot, he should be ashamed of himself. He's a racist, he can't belong to the soccer world. In England they wouldn't let him coach, nor even onto a training ground". Sarri immediately afterwards apologised to Mancini and later, on TV, apologised to homosexuals. "I lost my head but they're on-pitch things that should stay on the pitch," he said, "It was an insult produced by anger, a word slipped out, but let's not talk about homophobia. "I apologised to Mancini in private and publicly," he said.

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