While Luis Suárez is not under investigation, the director and general director of the Perugia university where the Uruguay forward took the exam are being investigated for allegedly helping him pass the test
UEFA Nations League: Italy beat Netherlands to move to top of group; Czech Republic lose to Scotland
It was Italy’s 11th win in 12 matches although some critics tempered that feat by pointing out that none of those victories were against the so-called ‘big teams’ of international soccer.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton aims to break records and Ferrari's heart at their home race in Monza
Lewis Hamilton will be favourite to claim his sixth victory in the old royal park, moving him one clear of the record five he now shares with Michael Schumacher – and leaving him on 90 wins overall ahead of the Tuscany Grand Prix a week later.
UEFA Nations League: Steven Bergwijn's strike helps Netherlands beat Poland; Italy held by Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Tottenham winger netted his first international goal by tapping home from close range on the hour mark to give caretaker boss Dwight Lodeweges the perfect start.
Past Masters of Indian Sports: Jimmy George – volleyball legend who pursued excellence on and off the court
Jimmy George was a perfect role-model, a player who gave his 100 percent on the field and carried an irresistible charm off the court
Palermo Ladies Open: Kaja Juvan upsets Marketa Vondrousova in first round; Petra Martic beats Alison Van Uytvanck
Juvan was spoken to by the umpire after throwing items including her visor and wristbands to the crowd.
Geographic variability in results showed that the nationwide lockdown was critical to sparing parts of the country the devastation experienced in the north
Serie A: 'I'd rather not play,' Bologna's Sinisa Mihajlovic not keen on having next season without fans
Sinisa Mihajlovic complained of 'frigid football' and said that matches had been worse than training sessions.
Serie A: Inter Milan’s faint title hopes suffer jolt after Roma draw; Spal relegated after losing to Brescia
The result left second-place Inter five points behind Juventus, which can take a huge step toward a record-extending ninth straight Italian league title with a win against Lazio on Monday.
Year after son's death, family demands Rs 100 cr compensation, claims youth was on boat fired at by Italian marine
The family of Prijin A, who died by suicide last year, said he had sustained minor injuries in the incident and had later fallen into depression
Normally ice reflects more than 80 percent of the sun's radiation, however, because the algae absorb the heat and the ice starts to melt faster.
Oscar-winning composer Ennio Morricone passes away at 91 in Rome; funeral will be a private affair, says lawyer
Ennio Morricone is survived by his wife Maria, his three sons Andrea, a composer and conductor, Giovanni and Marco and his daughter Alessandra.
Ocean Viking, rescue ship in Mediterranean Sea, declares emergency after six migrants attempt suicide
The ship, which is in limbo in the Mediterranean off the coast of the Italian island of Lampedusa, has been waiting for over a week for permission from Italy or Malta to offload the migrants at one of their ports.
Lazio's Luis Alberto struck seven minutes from time against Fiorentina to cut the gap to league leader Juventus back to four points.
The Friday List: From environmental storytelling to Kathakali recital, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.
Serie A: Torino's Nicolas Nkoulou takes a knee after scoring against Parma as Italian league resumes
The first Serie A goal in 103 days was marked by scorer Nicolas Nkoulou taking a knee as the Italian league resumed with tributes for the country's healthcare workers and victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sewage study suggests COVID-19 was in Italy before China reported first cases; scientists examined December 2019 waste water from Milan, Turin
Scientists in Italy have found traces of the new coronavirus in wastewater collected from Milan and Turin in December 2019, suggesting COVID-19 was already circulating in northern Italy before China reported the first cases
Serie A: A look at how things were more than 100 days ago when league was temporarily suspended due to coronavirus
From title race to relegation battle, a look at how things were more than 100 days ago when Serie A was temporarily suspended due to coronavirus
Coppa Italia: Napoli clinch Italian Cup title on penalties after a tightly contested final with Juventus
Ronaldo was likely Juventus’ last penalty taker but after Paulo Dybala had his shot saved and Danilo blasted high over the goal, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner could only stand at midfield and watch as Napoli won the shootout 4-2.
Serie A: Mario Balotelli refused entry for Brescia training session following reports of club sacking Italy striker
Days after reportedly being fired by Brescia, Mario Balotelli was turned away by the club when he arrived for training on Tuesday.