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The fish already injured swimmers cooling down from the heat last month

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In Midnight Tango, Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace make traditional big entrances.

Cristina Fernandez in Uruguay just before Christmas

Argentina's President undergoes cancer surgery

Supporters of Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner waited anxiously outside her hospital yesterday for word on the results of surgery to remove a cancerous thyroid gland.

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Ed Stocker: No forgiveness in a country haunted by past injustices

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Ms Fernandez speaks in Buenos Aires after her re-election victory

Argentine President wins landslide re-election

Argentinian President Cristina Fernández has cruised to a landslide re-election win after securing the widest victory margin recorded in the country since the return to democracy in 1983.

Fernandez way ahead in Argentina primary

Argentine President Cristina Fernandez had a very wide lead in Sunday's primary, partial official results showed, putting her on course to win re-election in October and deepen interventionist policies.

Travel Challenge: A tour of Argentina

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Aguero flies in to complete £38m City deal

Sergio Aguero is expected in England this morning for talks with Manchester City to finalise his £38m transfer from Atletico Madrid.

Gilda (PG)

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Argentina jails 'dirty war' officers accused over killing of German girl

Argentina has jailed two ageing former army officers for life for their role in the country's infamous "dirty war" of the 1970s, ending a long-running torture and murder case which has also led to charges of shameful inaction being levelled at the German government for over 30 years.

Santos hold firm on Neymar sale

Santos have no plans to sell teenage striker Neymar and want to keep him at the club for several more years, Santos President Luis Alvaro de Oliveira Ribeiro said on Thursday.

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Traveller debate: The price of the perfect break

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