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Strassera (top right) during the 1985 trial of the leading members of the junta two years after the repressive regime had fallen

Julio Cesar Strassera: Lawyer who prosecuted the leaders of Argentina's junta and was celebrated for saying 'never again' in court

Strassera went on represent Argentina at the UN Commission on Human Rights and related international organisations

Clark: after the war he made skiing his life

Lt-Colonel Earl Clark: Mountain warfare veteran who helped establish the leisure skiing industry in the United States

Earl Clark was one of a dwindling number of veterans of the US army's elite 10th Mountain Division, infantrymen clad in white who broke through Hitler's fortified mountain-top defence lines in Italy in 1945. The division played a key role in breaking down Nazi defences in the Spring Offensive, helping force the Italian surrender and the fall of the Third Reich.

Foot in London when she was working for the 'Evening Standard': George Best and Cliff Richard were among those she interviewed

Sarah Foot: Author, journalist, social worker and family matriarch acclaimed for her chronicles of 'disappearing Cornwall'

"The secret of Sarah's success was that she caught the spirit of place and people's personalities so perfectly, " said her publisher, Michael Williams

St Patrick's Day 2015: The worst Irish accents in film history

From repeat offender Brad Pitt to Sean Connery's serious case of accentual CBAs, the most terrible Irish accents ever to grace the silver screen

Video: Michelle Obama's dance to 'Uptown Funk' on the Ellen DeGeneres show

Obama said she had enlisted the help of some professional choreographers to come up with the routine, next to be performed at the White House

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (right) next to referee Lionel Jaffredo during PSG's loss at Bordeaux on Sunday

Zlatan Ibrahimovic told to leave France if he thinks it is a 's*** country' by Front National leader Marine Le Pen

The mercurial Swede made the disparaging comments on Sunday

Stefano Gabbana (left) and Domenico Dolce attend a party in London

Dolce and Gabbana on IVF: Families proudly share photos of IVF children in support of Sir Elton's pledge to #BoycottDolceGabbana

The founders of Dolce & Gabbana have sparked fury after they said IVF children are "synthetic"

Jeremy Clarkson attends A Night Of Heroes: The Sun Military Awards at National Maritime Museum on December 10, 2014 in London, England.

Jeremy Clarkson: AA Gill defends 'hard-working mate' from BBC suspension

'If you remove Clarkson you are left with Hammond and May, rather like the Conservative party,' said the columnist

Rooney applauds the United support

Wayne Rooney was acting in boxing knock out video, says Phil Bardsley's wife Tanya

Tanya Bardsley said the Sun on Sunday video did not show the Manchester United captain 'jumping straight back up', but admitted it was a clever edit

Elton John boycotts Dolce & Gabbana after designers label IVF babies 'synthetic'

The singer wrote to the design duo: 'Your archaic thinking is out of step with the times, just like your fashions'

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney 'knocked out' by Phil Bardsley in boxing video filmed in his kitchen

The video appears to show the two former teammates sparring at Rooney's home in Cheshire

Some Kanye West fans will apparently pay thousands for a bag containing air from his gigs

Kanye West likens making a fashion faux pas to 'getting a prostitute pregnant'

The rapper also said he thought racism was 'dated' and 'silly'

The Jeremy Clarkson saga revolves around whether the value of his on-screen entertainment outweighs the off-screen misbehaviour.

Jeremy Clarkson hints again at possible Top Gear exit after 'fracas' and compares his departure to 'the dinosaurs becoming extinct'

The Top Gear presenter implies he is a 'dinosaur' and says 'the day must come when you have to wave goodbye to the big monsters'

Neil Fox

DJ Neil Fox arrested over sexual assault allegations

Fox was also arrested twice last year

Ian Hislop attends a party to mark the reopening of Imperial War Museum on July 17, 2014 in London, England.

Have I Got News for You panelist Ian Hislop warns social mobility has regressed

The journalist said prospects for those educated in state schools is getting worse

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