Paolo Di Canio poses with a ball after being unveiled as the new Sunderland manager. Photograph: Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Paolo Di Canio has refused to answer questions about whether or not he is a fascist, as scrutiny over the new Sunderland manager’s political v(...)

L amb is one of my favourite foods to have with wine; that mild but distinctive flavour and that succulent, juicy texture seem to provide the p(...)

Uruguay's Luis Suarez, left, at the end of the 2-0 loss to Chile
Suarez in hot water once more
  • Soccer
  • March 27, 2013, 13:04

Luis Suarez is waiting to learn whether his latest brush with controversy will result in an extended international suspension which could sideline (...)

In the first couple of decades after the second World War, limits on cross-border money flows were widely considered good policy. Photograph: Alan Betson

Whatever the final outcome in the Cyprus crisis, one thing seems certain: for the time being, and probably for years to come, the island natio(...)

A man pulls a cart with recyclables he has collected to exchange for money near the Virgin of the Miracles of Caacupe church in Buenos Aires  where Archbishop Jorge  Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, used to perform charity work. Photograph:  Mario Tama/Getty Images

Is it ridiculously optimistic to imagine that the new pope might make a difference – not in spite of his murky past but because of it? A (...)

A chara, – You take the opportunity of the untimely and tragic death of Chávez to pen an editorial that repeats the same lies and assertions ma(...)