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The ongoing process to identify Argentine soldiers buried on the Malvinas Islands has resulted in another match, bringing the total number of identified soldiers to 92.

The Human Rights Secretariat has confirmed that it has identified the body of Julio …

Cabinet Chief Marcos Peña has paid tribute in London to soldiers killed during the Malvinas War, reciprocating the gesture made by UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during his visit to Buenos Aires last month.

Visiting the British capital as …

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson marked his first day in Buenos Aires by laying a wreath in honor of those killed during the 1982 Malvinas War.

Joined by Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie yesterday at the memorial for Argentine soldiers who …

In preparation for the G20 Foreign Ministers meetings this Sunday and Monday, UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will touch down in Buenos Aires over the weekend, and there’s a bit of palace intrigue on his visit. Johnson does not have …

The Argentine government this week released a 110-page document that ultimately rejects the possibility of taking legal action against Great Britain for the sinking of the ARA General Belgrano due to the potential “damaging” effect that such an action could …

The Argentine Defense Ministry has warned that there will be missiles fired from the Malvinas Islands from October 19 to 28 as part of a UK military exercise. The Foreign Ministry consequently called on the British ambassador in Argentina, Mark …

In case it wasn’t clear enough before, the United Kingdom confirmed that it is not willing to discuss Argentina’s sovereignty claim over the Malvinas Islands. The issue came to the fore of a UN Human Rights Council meeting in Geneva, …

We cover the first appearance of president Macri at the UN. And other stories.
With Adrián Bono, Fernando Farías and Demian Bio.

Everyone knows that the third time is the charm, or “third time lucky.” In President Mauricio Macri’s case, his third statement on interpreting a brief encounter with UK Prime Minister Theresa May may not be considered “lucky” as such: he’s …

Every Argentine knows that the issue of the Malvinas islands is contentious: except, it seems, President Mauricio Macri’s administration. In reaching a broad agreement with the U.K. last week, the government focused on how it was the first positive development …