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Acabó la labor de exhumación de soldados argentinos sin identificar en Malvinas

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Acabó la labor de exhumación de soldados argentinos sin identificar en Malvinas


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WWII veteran gets medals lost on Normandy trip replaced

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WWII veteran gets medals lost on Normandy trip replaced


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Scientists aim to identify remains of Argentine soldiers on Falklands

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Scientists aim to identify remains of Argentine soldiers on Falklands


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Paul Nuttall has said that Jeremy Corbyn would surrender the Falklands...to Australia

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Paul Nuttall has said that Jeremy Corbyn would surrender the Falklands...to Australia


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Comitiva argentina busca aproximação com moradores das ilhas Malvinas

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Malvinas: Argentina reafirma soberanía tras 184 años de "usurpación" británica

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Malvinas: Argentina reafirma soberanía tras 184 años de "usurpación" británica


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Polémica en Argentina por un mapa sin Malvinas en saludo de un ministerio

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Unseen archive photos show thousands packed on docks welcoming HMS Invincible home from Falklands
These never-seen-before photos show thousands of spectators welcoming home HMS Invincible as she returned from the Falklands War , 35 years ago. A flotilla of boats adorned with red, white and blue bunting set out to greet the mammoth 19,500-ton warship, and people young and old took any vantage point they could find to watch her return. It was so hot that many people went shirtless or just wore swimming shorts as they perched on roofs along the Portsmouth harbour to watch the aircraft carrier come in on Friday, September 17 1982   Read More ...
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Red Cross exhumes Argentine remains in Falklands
BUENOS AIRES: Experts have completed the exhumation of scores of unidentified Argentine soldiers buried on the Falkland Islands who were killed fighting Britain over the territory, the Red Cross said Wednesday. The remains of 121 unknown soldiers were buried at Darwin military cemetery on the remote South Atlantic islands, known in Spanish as Malvinas, at the end of the 1982 war   Read More ...
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Tags: Philanthropy |  Red Cross | 
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Acabó la labor de exhumación de soldados argentinos sin identificar en Malvinas
El trabajo del equipo forense del Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR) para identificar a los 123 soldados argentinos sepultados sin identificar en el cementerio de Darwin en las islas Malvinas finalizó este lunes, confirmó la organización. A finales del año pasado, Argentina y el Reino Unido llegaron a un acuerdo para otorgar conjuntamente el mandato al CICR para llevar a cabo la identificación de esos soldados argentinos muertos en la guerra que enfrentó a ambos países en 1982   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Chile |  Falkland Islands | 
Compatriot replaces medals lost by blind D-Day vet, 96, during battlefield pilgrimage
LONDON – A blind World War II veteran who participated in the invasion of Normandy has received a replacement set of medals after losing his own on a pilgrimage to the battlefields in France. Alfred Barlow lost his four medals last month after visiting a rest stop in England and was “bitterly disappointed.” Another blind British veteran who served in Germany and the Falkland Islands, Alan Walker, was so moved by the 96-year-old’s story that he sent him replacements purchased from a dealer   Read More ...
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Tags: Wars |  Battlefields | 
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WWII veteran gets medals lost on Normandy trip replaced
LONDON (AP) — A blind World War II veteran who participated in the invasion of Normandy has received a replacement set of medals after losing his own on a pilgrimage to the battlefields in France. Alfred Barlow lost his four medals last month after visiting a rest stop in England and was "bitterly disappointed." Another blind British veteran who served in Germany and the Falkland Islands, Alan Walker, was so moved by the 96-year-old's story that he sent him replacements purchased from a dealer   Read More ...
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Tags: Wars |  Global Wars |  The Second World War | 
WWII veteran gets medals lost on Normandy trip replaced
LONDON (AP) — A blind World War II veteran who participated in the invasion of Normandy has received a replacement set of medals after losing his own on a pilgrimage to the battlefields in France. Alfred Barlow lost his four medals last month after visiting a rest stop in England and was "bitterly disappointed." Another blind British veteran who served in Germany and the Falkland Islands, Alan Walker, was so moved by the 96-year-old's story that he sent him replacements purchased from a dealer   Read More ...
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WWII veteran gets medals lost on Normandy trip replaced
LONDON — A blind World War II veteran who participated in the invasion of Normandy has received a replacement set of medals after losing his own on a pilgrimage to the battlefields in France. Alfred Barlow lost his four medals last month after visiting a rest stop in England and was "bitterly disappointed." Another blind British veteran who served in Germany and the Falkland Islands, Alan Walker, was so moved by the 96-year-old's story that he sent him replacements purchased from a dealer   Read More ...
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Lions tour: All Blacks part the red sea, to thwart guitarless British invasion
OPINION: Falkland Islands aside, this had to be the biggest British invasion since The Beatles rocked and rolled up the US pop charts. At Eden Park guitars were not evident, but there was red to the left of us, red to the right of us, waiting on their Lions to ride into the valley of rugby death, venturing where no test side had beaten the All Blacks in 23 years   Read More ...
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Falklands anniversary: 'Still in public consciousness'
An event has taken place at the Senedd in Cardiff to mark the 35th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War. The 30-minute ceremony began at 12:30 BST on Wednesday. It incorporated the Wreath of Respect and honoured 255 British military personnel and three Falkland islanders who died during the conflict. The event was organised by the assembly's Armed Forces and Cadets cross party group and officers from the 160th Brigade (Brecon)   Read More ...
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Falklands War 35th anniversary event at Cardiff Senedd
An event is to take place at the Senedd in Cardiff to mark the 35th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War. The 30-minute ceremony begins at 12:30 BST on Wednesday. It will incorporate the Wreath of Respect and honour 255 British military personnel and three Falkland islanders who died during the conflict. The event was organised by the assembly's Armed Forces and Cadets cross party group and officers from the 160th Brigade (Brecon)   Read More ...
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Scientists aim to identify remains of Argentine soldiers on Falklands
BUENOS AIRES: Forensic scientists this month will start trying to identify the remains of Argentine soldiers buried in anonymous graves on the Falkland Islands after the country's 1982 conflict with Britain, the head of the mission said on Thursday. There are 123 such graves in Darwin Cemetery in the South Atlantic, one of which contains multiple bodies, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) representatives overseeing the mission said at a news conference   Read More ...
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Falklands veterans mark 35th anniversary in Gosport
Hundreds of Falklands veterans have marched through Gosport on the 35th anniversary of the conflict. British troops began landing on the islands in the South Atlantic on 21 May 1982. The Hampshire town, which is home to the Falklands Veterans Foundation, has hosted a national commemoration service and parade every five years since 1997. A civic procession and a service at the town's Falkland Gardens was followed by a parade through the High Street   Read More ...
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Penguins that found sanctuary in a minefield may be threatened by demining campaign
When Charles Darwin visited the Falkland Islands aboard the research vessel HMS Beagle in 1833, he got into a scuffle with a penguin. "Having placed myself between a penguin (Aptenodytes demersa) and the water, I was much amused by watching its habits," Darwin recorded in The Voyage of the Beagle. "It was a brave bird; and till reaching the sea, it regularly fought and drove me backwards   Read More ...
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Paul Nuttall has said that Jeremy Corbyn would surrender the Falklands...to Australia
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has attacked Labour's leaked manifesto, telling reporters Jeremy Corbyn would have "surrendered... the Falkland Islands to Australia". The blundering Mr Nuttall was trying to criticise the Labour leader's defence policy - when he put the Falkland's on opposite side of the globe. He said: "We all know that he would have surrendered Northern Ireland to the IRA back in the 1980s   Read More ...
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Firm fined after worker buried alive in Falkland
A firm has been fined £14,000 after a worker was buried alive when a trench collapsed on him. Julian Kilbane, 43, was left with punctured lungs, a broken collarbone, a broken shoulder and numerous broken ribs in the accident. It happened at Millfield House in Falkland, Fife, on 29 September 2011. At Dundee Sheriff Court Wallace Roofing and Building pleaded guilty to a number of charges under the Health and Safety at Work Act   Read More ...
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Paul Nuttall makes blunder down under during attack on Labour policies
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall blundered as he attacked Labour's leaked manifesto, telling reporters Jeremy Corbyn would have "surrendered... the Falkland Islands to Australia". A colleague quickly informed the MEP of the error, resulting in a quick correction to Argentina in place of Britain's traditional ally. Mr Nuttall made the remark as he criticised the policies contained within the leak of Labour's draft General Election manifesto, saying they showed Labour is wanting to "raise the red flag" and "surrender" to Brussels   Read More ...
The Falklands penguins that would not explode
The minefields laid in the Falkland Islands were intended to kill or maim British soldiers, but over the last 35 years they have become de facto nature reserves for penguins. For better or worse, however, the time has now come for their home to be demined, reports Matthew Teller. I'm following a crunching gravel path leading up over a headland. To one side stretches a sweeping curve of white sand, backed by tussocky dunes, the coarse grass mixed with a low-growing plant bearing tartly sweet red berries that the locals call diddle-dee   Read More ...
Argentina eyes Brexit advantage in Falklands dispute
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Argentina believes Brexit might cost Britain the support of European allies for its control of the Falkland Islands and is watching developments closely, the Argentinian foreign minister said in Brussels. Visiting the EU capital for trade talks on Thursday, Susana Malcorra stressed it was too soon to say whether Britain quitting the bloc may soften Union backing for London against an 18th-century claim to the South Atlantic islands that Buenos Aires has maintained despite losing a brief war there in 1982   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Falkland Islands |  Malaysia |  England | 
The morning news headlines: Intelligence Committee head blasts Lord Howard's 'apocalyptic' Gibraltar remarks; US ready to act alone against North Korea, warns Donald Trump
INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE HEAD BLASTS LORD HOWARD'S 'APOCALYPTIC' GIBRALTAR REMARKS. Former Tory leader Lord Howard's suggestion that Theresa May would be prepared to go to war over Gibraltar has been dismissed as "apocalyptic" by the chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. Critics have condemned the peer's comparison of the situation on the Rock to the Argentine invasion of the Falkland Islands, and ISC chairman Dominic Grieve said there was "no evidence" for Lord Howard's remarks   Read More ...
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Almanac: The Falklands War
And now a page from our “Sunday Morning” Almanac: March 19, 1982, 35 years ago today … opening day for a war in the remote South Atlantic. For that was the day a small group of Argentine civilians planted their country’s flag on South Georgia Island, which -- along with the Falkland Islands to the west -- had been British territory since 1833   Read More ...
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Argentina seeks better British ties but Falklands claim remains
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina is pushing for closer ties with Britain ahead of its largest trade mission to London in two decades later this month by avoiding a historical point of disagreement: competing sovereignty claims to the Falkland Islands. Under President Mauricio Macri both sides have sought common ground on fishing and flights to the British-held islands some 500 kilometers off Argentina's coast 35 years after Britain won a brief war over their control   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Falkland Islands |  Malaysia | 
Argentina seeks better British ties but Falklands claim remains
BUENOS AIRES: Argentina is pushing for closer ties with Britain ahead of its largest trade mission to London in two decades later this month by avoiding a historical point of disagreement: competing sovereignty claims to the Falkland Islands. Under President Mauricio Macri both sides have sought common ground on fishing and flights to the British-held islands some 500 kilometers off Argentina's coast 35 years after Britain won a brief war over their control   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Falkland Islands |  Singapore | 
Argentina seeks better British ties but Falklands claim remains
Argentina is pushing for closer ties with Britain ahead of its largest trade mission to London in two decades later this month by avoiding a historical point of disagreement: competing sovereignty claims to the Falkland Islands. Under President Mauricio Macri both sides have sought common ground on fishing and flights to the British-held islands some 500 kilometers off Argentina's coast 35 years after Britain won a brief war over their control   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Falkland Islands |  India | 
Vítimas enterradas nas ilhas Malvinas são tema pendente da guerra
Uma das pendências entre Argentina e Reino Unido na questão das Malvinas é o destino dos 123 soldados argentinos enterrados —a maioria sem identificação— no cemitério de Darwin. A Folha visitou o local no 30º aniversário da guerra, em 2012. Trata-se de um terreno afastado de centros urbanos, onde apenas um cuidador das sepulturas aparece ocasionalmente para fazer sua manutenção. Por vezes, o local é alvo de depredação por parte de alguns habitantes antiargentinos   Read More ...
Places: Brazil |  Falkland Islands | 
Comitiva argentina busca aproximação com moradores das ilhas Malvinas
Uma comitiva de notáveis argentinos, formada pelo Nobel da Paz Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, a líder da linha fundadora das Mães da Praça de Maio, Nora Cortiñas, representantes de organizações de direitos humanos, religiosos e políticos, desembarca neste sábado (11) nas ilhas Malvinas (Falklands) para uma visita de aproximação com a população do arquipélago. Disputadas por Reino Unido e Argentina, as Malvinas foram ocupadas pelo Exército argentino em 1982, dando início a uma guerra que deixou mais de 900 mortos   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Brazil |  Falkland Islands | 
Argentina Wants Answers From Brazil About Falklands Flights
BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA — Argentina's government said Wednesday that Britain's Royal Air Force made 18 flights between the disputed Falkland Islands and airports in Brazil over the last two years, calling them a breach of agreements between the two South American countries. Argentina lost a brief but bloody war with Britain after Argentine troops invaded the South Atlantic archipelago in 1982. The Argentine Foreign Ministry said in a statement that   Read More ...
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Argentina demands answers from Brazil over Falklands flights
"The Brazilian foreign ministry reaffirmed its support to our country on this issue and said that it was unaware of these flights," the Argentine statement said. Brazil's foreign ministry had no immediate comment on the issue, but said a statement was being prepared. News of Argentina's complaint came after office hours in Britain, and that country's Foreign Office and Ministry of Defense did not immediately respond to requests for comment.   Read More ...
Places: United States |  Argentina |  Brazil |  Falkland Islands | 
Red Arrows ace and Falklands hero hanged himself in hotel room after struggling with retirement
A RED Arrows ace pilot and Falklands War hero hanged himself in a hotel room after suffering depression when he retired from his high-octane career, an inquest heard. Peter Collins, 62, was one of Britain’s most experienced test pilots having joined the RAF in the mid-1970s and trained on their Sea Harrier FRS1 fighter. During the Falklands War he flew Sea Harriers on patrol from aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious. From   Read More ...
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Argentine Goldsmith Creates Roses From Falklands War Weapons
BUENOS AIRES — Working with precious metals takes time and patience - much like healing the painful wounds of war. Argentine goldsmith Juan Carlos Pallarols is creating beautiful roses and other pieces of art from bullets, pistols and even parts of airplanes from the Falkland Islands war as a way of promoting peace between his country and Britain. The nations fought a brief but bloody 1982 war after Argentina invaded   Read More ...
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Argentine Goldsmith Creates Roses From Falklands War Weapons
Working with precious metals takes time and patience - much like healing the painful wounds of war. Argentine goldsmith Juan Carlos Pallarols is creating beautiful roses and other pieces of art from bullets, pistols and even parts of airplanes from the Falkland Islands war as a way of promoting peace between his country and Britain. The nations fought a brief but bloody 1982 war after Argentina invaded the South Atlantic   Read More ...
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Londres condenó vandalismo en Malvinas y anunció una investigación
El secretario de Estado para las Américas del Gobierno británico, Alan Duncan, condenó hoy el acto vandálico contra un monumento en las islas Malvinas en honor de soldados caídos argentinos y anunció una investigación por parte de las autoridades del archipiélago de soberanía británica. "Estoy horrorizado al enterarme del acto vandálico en el cementerio Darwin, en las Malvinas. Damos la bienvenida a la respuesta urgente y la investigación del gobierno   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Chile |  Falkland Islands | 
Malvinas: Argentina reafirma soberanía tras 184 años de "usurpación" británica
El Gobierno de Argentina reafirmó este lunes su compromiso por recuperar la soberanía del país sobre las islas Malvinas a través de un comunicado en el que reiteró una llamada al diálogo y recordó que se cumplen 184 de años de la "usurpación" de ese territorio por parte del Reino Unido. "Hoy, el pueblo y el Gobierno argentino reafirman una vez más los imprescriptibles derechos de soberanía de la República   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Chile |  Falkland Islands | 
Polémica en Argentina por un mapa sin Malvinas en saludo de un ministerio
Un saludo de Año Nuevo del ministerio de Desarrollo Social argentino con un mapa del país sin las Islas Malvinas/Falkland, cuya soberanía se disputa con Gran Bretaña, generó este lunes la reacción de excombatientes y opositores. "Que el 2017 nos encuentre unidos y en paz. ¡Feliz Año Nuevo!", se lee en el saludo del Ministerio, publicado el 31 de diciembre en las redes sociales, sobre un fondo celeste donde se   Read More ...
Places: Argentina |  Ecuador |  Falkland Islands | 
World's first successful artificial insemination of southern rockhopper penguin
Southern rockhopper penguins are a species of birds approximately 50cm in height which inhabit southern islands near Antarctica such as the Falkland Islands. They are on the red list of the International Union for Conservation of Nature as a threatened species. Kaiyukan and Associate Professor Kusunoki began their joint research in 2011, aiming to elucidate the breeding habits of southern rockhopper penguins and develop the technology for their artificial insemination.   Read More ...
Places: Falkland Islands |  Antarctica | 
Plagiarism vs. originality debate takes centre stage in book reading
The novelist Virginia Woolf once said that if you want to come up afresh in thousands of minds and books long after you were dead, the way to do it is to start thinking for yourself.   Read More ...
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