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Armstrong's doctor says he's studying USADA report

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Lance Armstrong's former physician says he needs time to study the thick file of U.S. Anti-Doping Agency documents accusing him of advising widespread drug use before responding.

Dr. Michele Ferrari

Mahindra Racing aim to win Italian national title

Mahindra Racing is gunning for the Italian National Motorcycle Racing (CIV) constructors' title in the 125GP event, when they go all out to race in the final race of the season Sunday at the Vallelung

One in eight people in world still hungry: UN


One in eight people worldwide still suffers from chronic hunger, the UN's food agency said on Tuesday, describing the figure as "unacceptable" and warning that the fight against hunger was slowing dow

UN says world hungry not 1 Billion after all

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The United Nations now says its 2009 headline-grabbing announcement that 1 billion people in the world were hungry was off-target and that the number is actually more like 870 million.

The U.N. Food

Italy shipwreck captain admits 'distracted' but shifts blame


The captain of an Italian cruise ship which crashed in January asked for forgiveness in his first interview since the disaster saying he was 'distracted' but shifting blame to other crew members.


Berlusconi set to contest polls in bid to become Italian PM for fourth time


Silvio Berlusconi plans to contest Prime Ministerial elections in Italy for a fourth time next year, according to his close aide.

According to The Telegraph, one of Berlusconi's closest confidantes a

Italy mourns Ferrari design genius Pininfarina


The Italian godfather of car design, Sergio Pininfarina, renowned for crafting sleek Ferrari race cars and revolutionising the common auto, died in Italy's motoring capital Turin on Tuesday aged 85.

Vatican, God & ‘surprise’ in madge Rome gig

The Catholic Church, God and a “surprise” are all in the mix at Madonna’s concert in the Italian capital on Tuesday, the popstar told La Repubblica daily in an interview.

Italian bank boss Profumo to face trial for tax fraud

The head of the world's oldest lender, Banca Monti dei Paschi di Siena, will go on trial for corporate tax fraud in a case linked to his former role as head of UniCredit, officials said on Tuesday.


Fresh leaks as whistleblower fingers top Vatican hierarchy


Just 10 days after the pope's butler was arrested in an investigation into Holy See leaks, an Italian daily on Sunday published fresh whistleblower letters, suggesting the scandal is far from over.

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.