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Topic - Jorge
Lionel Messi's lawyers insist the tax fraud allegations are baseless but say he will settle any outstanding obligations if needed.
Lionel Messi and his father Jorge have been summoned by a Spanish court for questioning as part of an investigation into tax fraud allegations.
Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta is defending Lionel Messi against allegations of tax fraud, a case that experts say could carry a prison sentence for the Argentina star.
The new pope has daunting challenges ahead ranging from the church sex abuse scandal to reinvigorating the flock.
Irreverent hip-hop music duo Calle 13 got a record 10 Latin Grammy nominations Wednesday, including album, record and song of the year.
Bergoglio's nephew, Jorge, says the pope was 19 when he had the lung operation.