Soccer: Eriksen back training in Denmark

TopNews. Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen is back training in Denmark 173 days after the cardiac arrest he suffered at Denmark-Finland at Euro 2020, his first club Odense said Thursday.


Soccer: Kjaer out for some time after knee surgery

Sports. AC Milan's Denmark captain and central defender Simon Kjaer will be out for some time after keyhole surgery to repair ligament damage to his left knee sustained in Wednesday night's 3-0 win at Genoa, the Rossoneri said Thursday.

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After reported affair with woman

Pope accepts resignation of Paris archbishop

Pope Francis on Thursday accepted the resignation of the archbishop of Paris, Michel Aupetit, who tendered it after newsweekly Le Point reported he had had an affair with a woman in 2012.

'Still discriminated against', pontiff says ahead of Dec 3 Day

'Church loves you', Pope tells disabled people

Pope Francis has told people with disabilities that "the Church loves you and needs each one of you to carry out its mission at the service of the Gospel" in a message for International Day of Persons with Disabilities, celebrated on December 3.

Lack of human respect diminishes our humanity tells IOM

Migrants used as bargaining chips says Pope

Migrants are increasingly being used as bargaining chips and are becoming the victims of political rivalries, Pope Francis said in a video message to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) Monday.

Ahead of first national day for abuse victims

Protecting teens, kids is an essential duty, Pope says

Pope Francis on Wednesday said protecting and respecting children and teens is an essential duty, speaking on the eve of the first national day of prayer for victims and survivors of abuse promoted by the Italian Bishops Conference (CEI).

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