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(Reuters) - Former Juventus and AC Milan coach Massimiliano Allegri has expressed his desire to manage a club in the Premier League, which he described as "more sophisticated and tactical" than ever before.
WASHINGTON, Dec 5 (AFP): The World Health Organisation has warned that vaccines will be no magic bullet for the Covid-19 (coronavirus) crisis as nations gear up for a massive rollout to tackle surging infections.
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ROME, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) -- Retail sales in Italy improved slightly in October, the country's National Statistics Institute (ISTAT) reported Friday, continuing the trend from the previous month and providing a dose of good news for an economy struggling from the impacts of the coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Italian side Napoli's San Paolo stadium has been officially renamed the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium after the late Argentina striker who led them to their only two Serie A titles and the UEFA Cup, the city's council said on Friday.
LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's parliament on Friday approved a 15-day extension of a state of emergency to Dec. 23 under a decree that envisages a further extension into January, as the government prepared measures to limit COVID-19 contagion during the holiday season.
ROME (Reuters) - Serie A champions Juventus on Friday said their sporting director Fabio Paratici had been placed under criminal investigation over an alleged attempt to speed up efforts to obtain Italian citizenship for Uruguay striker Luis Suarez.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland allowed ski resorts to stay open for domestic tourism as the government on Friday announced some stricter measures to control the spread of the novel coronavirus.
(Reuters) - Serie A champions Juventus on Friday said their sporting director Fabio Paratici had been placed under criminal investigation over the alleged attempt to speed up procedures to gain Italian citizenship for Uruguay striker Luis Suarez.
ROME (Reuters) - More than half of Italians think it is right to give up personal freedom to protect public health, a survey said on Friday, suggesting the government's curbs to fight the COVID-19 pandemic still have public support.