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Argentine President Kirchner calls UK rule of Falklands ‘an affront’ as islanders’ offer of direct talks is ignored
No veteran of the Falklands has ever commanded the army. Their absence has been dangerous for our Afghan and Iraqi operations
Falklands government wants to send clear signal to Argentina that islanders wish to remain British
Opinion digest: upside of a Greek default, Leveson inquiry and conservative family myths
Argentina red-faced as hockey player who caused outrage looks unlikely to take part in London 2012
'To compete on English soil, we train on Argentine soil' says stirring advert, filmed in 'Las Malvinas'
Evo Morales pledges to compensate Red Electrica for taking control of Transportadora de Electricidad
Foreign Office proposed UK and Argentina take turns to appoint Falklands governor in 1974 document
Red top tales: former Smiths frontman puts on pro-Argentine show in Buenos Aires
French technicians helped prepare Exocet missiles - but was their 'treachery' any worse than America's?
Lack of an aircraft carrier means Britain could not take the islands back, says Falklands War veteran
Kirchner calls for direct flights to Argentina as Roger Waters attacks David Cameron's 'bullshit'
Rock star wades into Falklands controversy as Buenos Aires calls for ban on UK imports
Actor pans UK for its support of Chilean dictator and 'intimidating' Prince William deployment
Group come under fire for saying the islanders have the right to self-determination
Outrage as Penguin News gives picture of Cristina Kirchner an offensive filename
HMS Dauntless and Prince William pose a 'grave danger' - but Kirchner rules out military action