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The Argentine ambassador was summoned to the Foreign Office yesterday in a fresh diplomatic row about the Falkland Islands, officials have said.
Last week, Argentina's president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and ambassador Alicia Castro launched new criticism of the UK Government's plan to boost defences on the islands.
It has also been suggested oil firms could be prosecuted if they start work in the waters around the islands without formal permission from Argentina.
The UK has no doubt about its sovereignty over the Falkland Islands and surrounding maritime areas, nor about the Falkland Islanders' right to decide their own future.
We object strongly to recent statements by the Argentine president and the Argentine ambassador to London and so summoned the ambassador to account for these.
Specialist investigators have picked through the wreckage of two helicopters that crashed in Argentina, killing 10 people including three French sports stars.
The eight French nationals and two Argentine pilots on the two aircraft were killed when they collided and burst into flames shortly after taking off on Monday near the remote settlement of Villa Castelli in the north west of the country.
The investigators removed mobile phones, bits of paper and other charred and unrecognisable items from the crash site. French officials have said they would work with Argentine investigators to determine the cause of the accident.
Pictures show the wreckage of the helicopters which crashed in the Argentine province of La Rioja, killing ten people.
Footage broadcast on Argentinian television is said to show the moment two helicopters collided in mid-air in the province of La Rioja.
Ten people, including three Olympians, died in the crash.
Televida 9 said the amateur footage was the first video to show the collision.
A video showing the aftermath of a helicopter crash that left 10 people dead in the Argentine province of La Rioja has been posted on social media.
This footage was posted on YouTube by Involucrados la Rioja.
The former coach of French swimmer Camille Muffat has said she was "very happy" to be taking part in the reality adventure TV show Dropped.
"I had dinner with Camille recently and she was talking to me about this programme and she was very happy because it was like an adventure," Fabrice Pellerin said.
"Today I think about Camille who is not here anymore," Pellerin added
The boyfriend of Olympic gold medallist Camille Muffat has paid tribute to her following the swimmer's death.
William Forgues told French television that 25-year-old Muffat "was very happy" and that it was "100 percent her choice" to be taking part in reality adventure show Dropped.
"She was where she wanted to be. And that's life" he added.
Muffat was among the 10 people killed when two helicopters apparently collided in the Argentine province of La Rioja.
People on the streets of Paris said they were shocked and moved after hearing that three Olympians were among those killed in a helicopter crash in Argentina.
Authorities in Argentina said it was still unclear what caused two helicopters to crash in La Rioja near the Andes mountains, killing 10 people.
Earlier today La Rioja secretary of security Cesar Angulo said, "An explosion occurred and it's believed that they collided."