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Fans in Argentina pay their last respects to soccer legend Maradona at the presidential palace in Buenos Aires, where his body will lie in state for three days.

Emotional fans of football legend Diego Maradona filed past his coffin inside the presidential palace. The Argentine, famous for scoring the “Hand of God” goal in 1986, died of a heart attack. Some mourners clashed with riot police as the crowds tried to say their goodbyes.

Diego Maradona is lying in honor for public viewing at Argentina's presidential palace, Casa Rosada, following his death aged 60.

A million people expected to pay respects to football legend Diego Maradona at the presidential palace in Buenos Aires, Argentina

ARGENTINA: Crowds gathered to pay tribute to football legend Diego Maradona, as his body lies in state at the presidential palace for 3 days of national mourning

🔴 WATCH LIVE: Argentinians bid farewell to football legend Diego Maradona outside Presidential palace

Argentina mourns as Maradona’s coffin reaches presidential palace

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JUST NOW: Protest in front of Ecuador's Presidential palace heats up as US linked political party moves to strip Julian Assange of citizenship to facilitate his US extradition. Art. 79 of Ecuador's constitution bans extradition of citizens.

Here’s what’s new: Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque is speaking for Senator Bong Go, who is not a Palace official or even a member of the executive branch. Roque has never done this for any other lawmaker. 🤔

Cannons announced President Trump's arrival as The Beast rolled through the Presidential Palace gates, accompanied by uniformed guards on horseback! The President and First Lady were greeted by Prime Minister Modi, Indian President Ram Nath Kovind, and his wife, Savita Kovind.

Message “the whole world is watching” among others being projected onto presidential palace in Finland where Trump and Putin are meeting for their summit on Monday

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A moving welcome ceremony at the presidential palace in India – a great honor for the State of Israel!

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With my good friend @narendramodi  at the presidential palace in India

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BREAKING NEWS: HEAVY GUNFIRE AT TURKEY PRESIDENTIAL PALACE.

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