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Weary Andy Murray misses shot at replacing Roger Federer as world No 2

25-year-old Scot fails to progress beyond the quarter-finals at Indian Wells

England beat Wales 62-5 in a 2007 World Cup warm-up game

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They filled every pew of the squat cathedral here in the heart of Buenos Aires, devotion for their church and for their sometimes overlooked country brimming in their veins. At last a pastor in black cassock climbed to the pulpit. “Habemas Papam,” he intoned and they could no longer keep still, clapping and waving small flags.

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Founded by a Scottish expat in 1876, the Buenos Aires Herald is one of the oldest English-language newspapers in Latin America.

Falkland Islander Joan Turner, wearing a dress with the Union Jack colours, casts her vote at the Town Hall polling station in Stanley

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Alejandro Betts, formerly Alexander, is the Falklands’ only  ‘defector’. He tells David Usborne the referendum is pointless

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As Falklanders go to the polls, memory of war looms large

Islanders feel a new confidence in the future, but have not  forgotten the sacrifices of the past, they tell Cahal Milmo

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Alan Pardew admits Fabricio Coloccini will be out for up to seven weeks

Defender has broken two bones in his back

Tom Croft powers forward for England against Ireland last year

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A year on from being nearly paralysed by a broken neck, England flanker could face Italy

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Diego Maradona determined to clear name over £32m tax bill

Hundreds of supporters greeted the 52-year-old on his arrival at Naples airport yesterda

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Great Britain draw Argentina in Fed Cup

Great Britain's Fed Cup team face a long trip to Argentina in April after reaching the World Group II play-offs for the second year in succession. If they win in Argentina they will reach a level they haven't been to since 1993.

Video: Glacier collapses in Argentina

A tourist has captured dramatic footage of the moment an ice bridge on a glacier collapsed.

Lionel Messi has signed a new contract with Barcelona

Lionel Messi signs Barcelona deal to 2018

The World Player of the Year has formally signed a new contract

Nadal: playing at the French Open seems

Rafael Nadal has 'light years' to travel

Rafa Nadal says playing at the French Open seems "light years away" after returning to singles action for the first time since last year's Wimbledon.

Luciano Becchio

Leeds striker Luciano Becchio completes move to Norwich

Becchio handed in a transfer request at Leeds last week

Fabricio Coloccini wants to return home to Argentina

Fabricio Coloccini hopes to end transfer speculation, insisting he will give '100 per cent' to the Newcastle cause

Newcastle captain had told the club he wanted to return to Argentina

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