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Arrest warrant issued for Justin Bieber in Argentina

Justin Bieber faces arrest if he returns to Argentina Credit: Wyters Alban/ABACA/Press Association Images

An Argentine judge has ordered the arrest of Justin Bieber if he sets foot in the country after the Canadian singer failed to face questions about an alleged assault at a Buenos Aires nightclub in 2013.

A local photographer accused Bieber, 21, and one of his bodyguards of lashing out at him when he tried to take a picture of the star as he left the club.

The court also ordered the detention of one of Bieber's bodyguards, a court secretary confirmed.

In November, another local judge magistrate had ordered Bieber to appear for questioning within two months over the same alleged incident and requested the assistance of Argentina's Interpol branch to help locate him.

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Clarkson appears at charity event in the Cotswolds

Jeremy Clarkson hosted a charity event near his home in the Cotswolds. Credit: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson appeared at a charity event close to his Cotswolds home this evening.

The presenter, released by the BBC after he was involved in a 'fracas' with a producer, stepped out to fulfil another long-running role as auctioneer at an annual fundraiser for Chipping Norton Lido.

He chatted to fans outside the town hall venue after arriving in a sleek sports car, before heading inside to lead proceedings to raise money for the charity-run pool.

As he walked in he joked to photographers: "You've got to earn a living. Maybe I ought to take it up."

Tonight's event was an "auction of promises" fundraising for the pool, of which Clarkson has been a long-term supporter. According to its website the lots include Top Gear t-shirts signed by Clarkson, a bottle of House of Commons whisky signed by local MP David Cameron and a week's holiday in France.

Clarkson pulls out of hosting 'Have I Got News For You'

Jeremy Clarkson will not be hosting 'Have I Got News For You'. Credit: Daniel Leal-Olivas / PA Wire/PA Images

Former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson has pulled out of his planned appearance as a host on BBC satirical show 'Have I Got News For You'.

The presenter was due to appear later this month, which would have been his first BBC appearance since the corporation sacked him, after he was involved in a 'fracas' with a producer.

Clarkson had been due to record his appearance on the show on April 23rd to be broadcast on April 24th.

Jimmy Mulville, managing director of Hat Trick Productions which makes the satirical show, said: "On reflection, Jeremy Clarkson has decided not to host Have I Got News For You. We fully expect him to resume his hosting duties later in the year."

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