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The head of military intelligence in Argentina has been sacked for plotting to replace President-elect Cristina Kirchner's new defence minister.
In taped conversations, Brigadier General Osvaldo Montero was heard telling interior ministry officials that Nilda Garre had to go.
But Ms Garre moved first and sacked him for disloyalty.
Ms Garre is part of the government being formed by Ms Kirchner, who will take over as president next month.