DIEGO Maradona will no longer continue as Argentina coach after the association's executive committee unanimously agreed not to renew his contract.
Argentina head coach Diego Maradona is to be offered a new four-year contract.
PRIME Minister David Cameron was expected to make it clear he would not budge on the issue of Falkland Islands sovereignty when he met the president of Argentina last night.
THE Argentine president has been criticised by British MPs for issuing an "unacceptable" decree in an attempt to control shipping to and from the Falkland Islands.
RACING Club goalkeeper Pablo Migliore acted as if nothing unusual had happened during the morning training session.
UNDER a shower of blue and white confetti, it was yesterday confirmed that Argentina's first lady, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, will become the country's first elected woman president.
ARGENTINES appeared certain to choose their first elected female president last night, with first lady Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner favoured to win by a wide margin over her closest rival, another woman.
AN ARGENTINE court has ruled to grant an abortion to a mentally impaired rape victim, in a case that has polarised the Catholic country where the procedure is restricted.
JOSE Pekerman has resigned as Argentina coach following the penalty shoot-out defeat to Germany in the quarter-final of the World Cup.
TWO distinct and distinguished schools of football meet at the World Cup when Argentina face Holland in their final Group C match tonight.
DIEGO Latorre was the first of the new Maradonas, the squat man from Boca Juniors exciting the Argentinian nation in the late 1980s, in the way that his great hero had done a decade earlier. Latorre came from the same club, wore the same number and seemingly played the same game as Maradona; the people who eulogised the World Cup winner when he was still a kid in the slums of Villa Fiorito spoke of Latorre as his heir apparent.
A BRITISH naval vessel is trapped in dock in Argentina after strike action by local workers prevented essential repairs being carried out.
MINISTERS will this week come under pressure to explain how they intend to protect Falkland Island boats from being "harassed" by Argentina, as an escalating conflict over fishing rights threatens to sour relations between the South Atlantic neighbours still further.
ROWDY fans trying to enter a Rolling Stones concert without tickets fought running battles with police in Buenos Aires, leaving at least 20 people injured.
ARGENTINA has completed the biggest debt restructuring in history, three years after a devastating economic crisis.
RIOTING inmates at an Argentine prison freed all their hostages last night, ending a day-long siege that left eight people dead.
ARGENTINA’S navy has yet to tell the full story of atrocities committed during the country’s "dirty war", a man on trial for allegedly throwing dissidents from aeroplanes told a court yesterday.