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I could not find any plugin, which could help me with importing rss feed (like this: http://www.verzekeringsnieuws.nl/rss/algemeen.xml)

I found feedGator, but it didn't work in joomla 3...

maybe there are some ways to import rss as articles?

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Although using an existing extension might be easier, if you have some knowledge of PHP you could also create your own feed reader (using simplexml_load_file() ), in order to have full control on how the data is used and displayed. For the most basic usage, a module with the following code would output your feed items:

<?php 
    $feed = "http://www.verzekeringsnieuws.nl/rss/algemeen.xml";
    $rss = simplexml_load_file($feed);

    echo '<h1>'. $rss->channel->title . '</h1>';

    foreach ($rss->channel->item as $item) {
       echo '<h2><a href="'. $item->link .'">' . $item->title . "</a></h2>";
       echo "<p>" . $item->pubDate . "</p>";
       echo "<p>" . $item->description . "</p>";
       echo '<p><a href="'. $item->link . '" class="btn btn-primary">Read more...</a></p>';
    } 

?>

Once you have the data you can present it as you want, manipulate it, save it to your database and so on.

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Your are in the right direction, but you only have to choose other extension. FeedGator has not been updated in a while.

You can find more in JED, here

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you may try rss2article: http://extensions.joomla.org/extension/rss-2-article

it is really powerfull

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