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All football matches suspended after Argentine vice president assassinated

Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (Getty Images/Getty Images)

The Argentine Football Federation announced Friday’s game after the assassination of the country’s vice president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, on Thursday night. Paused.

ESPN’s Alex Kirkland reports the decision was made in coordination with President Alberto Fernández Out, he declared Friday a national holiday in support of the vice president.

“The Argentine Football Federation expresses its strongest denial of what happened to Vice-President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner,” The Argentine Football Federation said in a statement. “We appeal to society as a whole, warning that violence of any kind is not the solution.”

Fernando Andre Sabbag Montiel, a 35-year-old Brazilian national Thursday after Fernández de Kirchner aimed a gun that failed to fire, CNN reported arrested. President Fernandez said: “Christina is still alive because – for some reason, we are currently unable to Technically confirmed – the five-shot weapon did not fire despite pulling the trigger.”

This article will be updated soon with more information.



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