The parents of Nick Alexander, who died in the Paris attacks, today said "words cannot express the sadness we feel at the loss of our precious Nick" as they prepared to attend a memorial service in the city.
With 98% of the vote counted, Mr Macri, 56, had 51.5% support compared with 48.5% for ruling party candidate Daniel Scioli, Ms Fernandez's hand-chosen successor. Mr Scioli, governor of the vast Buenos Aires province, conceded defeat and Mr Macri claimed victory.
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