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Argentinian president launched a fierce attack on British "colonialism" and demanded the return of "Las Malvinas", in a letter published as an advert

Nobel laureates denounce Peace Prize for EU

Archbishop Desmond Tutu and two other Nobel Peace Prize laureates are contesting the awarding of this year's prize to the European Union, saying the 27-nation bloc contradicts the values associated with it.

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England mark 10th anniversary of World Cup triumph

Southampton goalkeeper Paulo Gazzaniga

Jonny Sexton's virtuoso display keeps Irish in top eight

Ireland 46 Argentina 24

Argentina on the brink as US court orders it to pay $1.3bn debt to 'vulture' funds

Decision pushes country close to default again but President vows not to cough up the cash

Leonardo Favio: One of Argentina's most celebrated cultural figures

Leonardo Favio, who died on 5 November at the age of 74, was a film director, actor and singer and one of Argentina's most important cultural figures. Known for his romantic ballads, he helped to establish a genre later filled by many Latin American crooners. He was a film star in the 1950s and '60s, and then fled into exile when Argentina's military dictatorship took over in 1976. He returned after democracy was restored and made films celebrating his hero, General Juan Peron.

South Africa lock Eben Etzebeth cited

Etzebeth will appear before an International Rugby Board disciplinary hearing on Tuesday

Sam Warburton said pressure was now off Wales

Round-up: Wales can beat the All Blacks, says Warburton

Undeterred by five successive Test defeats, Sam Warburton believes Wales have "every chance" of beating New Zealand, the world champions, at the Millennium Stadium next Saturday.

Stuart Hogg is met by a wall of Springbok defenders

We will worry teams at World Cup, says Hogg

Scotland's full-back beats the drum ahead of his country's crucial showdown with Tonga

Round-up: Saint-André is wary of Argentina's progress

Philippe Saint-André, the France coach, is well aware that today's opponents Argentina have greatly benefited from their inclusion in the southern hemisphere Rugby Championship, where they were far from embarrassed against South Africa, Australia or New Zealand.

will be lining up alongside Ashley Beck for the first time tonight

Jamie Roberts: Knocked out cold – but I can still recall how badly we played

I cannot remember leaving the pitch at the Millennium Stadium last weekend but I can't wait to get back on it tonight. There is a desperation across the team to get out there again and right the wrongs of the Argentina game – we owe the Welsh public a drastic improvement.

Sam Warburton led Wales to last year's World Cup semi-finals

Tipuric given chance to shine as Warburton consigned to the bench

In-form Ospreys flanker to start against Samoa as Wales opt to rest Lions' potential next captain

Wales captain Sam Warburton lifts the RBS 6 Nations trophy

Sam Warburton left out of Wales team for Samoa clash

Warburton, Wales' World Cup leader in New Zealand last autumn and a Grand Slam-winning Six Nations skipper, is on the bench

Hunt with a Falklands gun in 1988; he had been made a freeman of Port Stanley in 1985

Sir Rex Hunt: Diplomat who stood up to the Argentinians during the Falklands War

Sir Rex Hunt has a place in British history for having faced with aplomb a disaster not of his own making. As Governor of the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic he was obliged on 2 April 1982 to surrender to the Argentinian General Oswald Garcia, the event that was to send a Royal Navy task force half-way across the world to fight a war and win the colony back.

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