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The Pink Floyd star Roger Waters has denied remarks attributed to him that the Falkland Islands belonged to Argentina and instead urged a compromise solution over the contested territory.

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"I recently gave a press conference in Santiago Chile, where I answered questions for over an hour.

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Morrissey, the former lead singer of the band The Smiths, has waded into the continuing row over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands at a gig in Argentina.

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Two people are believed to have died in a fire in Antarctica yesterday, after an accident in a remote research station.

Baltasar Garzón was expelled from the judiciary for 11 years

Spain's leading human rights judge convicted of wiretapping

Spain's best-known judge, Baltasar Garzón, suffered an abrupt and dramatic end to his legal career when he was banned from his profession for 11 years for authorising illicit recordings of lawyers' conversations during a massive political corruption case. The ruling is not subject to appeal.

Honecker's widow longs for homeland

In Communist East Germany she was nicknamed "the purple witch" because of her striking violet hair rinse and leadership style which led to the children of regime critics being forcibly adopted by the state.

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Judge in the dock to defend himself over Franco investigation

The crusading Spanish judge behind the arrest and detention of General Augusto Pinochet defiantly took to the stand yesterday to defend himself against charges of abusing his power, in a case that has divided Spain.

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