Noelia Garella has overcome prejudice surrounding her condition to become a favourite with her pupils
'What's happening is horrible. And it's happening every day'
'I’ve seen a thousand things in my career, but nothing equal to this litany of abhorrent acts' says judge
The UK insists it is a routine training operation
The headmaster of the school the pupils attend apologies over the incident
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Arturo had reportedly been showing signs of depression since his longtime companion died four years ago
'I don't think I will (return). I made up my mind. I did everything possible to win and it's done,' says 29-year-old
Amnesty International have called the conviction 'absurd'
A judge has banned 'all commercial activity involving dancing with live and recorded music' in the capital city
Doctors said they were trying to determine what drugs the victims had taken
'It does not say much for the democratic credentials of two large countries that they should seek to gang up in this way in order to bully two very small territories'
No band members or crew were aboard the aicraft
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The dispute has left Argentina frozen out of the global debt markets
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