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Chancellor Jorge Faurie has recently revealed that a bilateral meeting had been organized for the first day of the G20 in Argentina between President Mauricio Macri and British Prime Minister Theresa May. They are expected to discuss, among other things, …

A court from the Jujuy sentenced phone company Telecom for charging a user for three calls made to the Malvinas Islands as being international, and determined it has charge them as local ones. According to DyN agency, a lawyer from …

Argentina and the UK reached an agreement yesterday to establish commercial flights between the continent and the islands in addition to committing themselves to moving forward with the process of identifying the unknown soldiers who fell in the 1982 Malvinas …

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 the latest installment of “Who can be the nicest to the Malvinas islanders?” the Argentine government has announced it’ll be looking into reinstating flights to the islands as well as providing medical aid on the basis of “humanitarian grounds,” …

While some dissenters were claiming that the Macri administration would “give up the Malvinas Islands” because the new President is “a minion of the Empire” (whatever that means,) it looks like Argentina’s historic sovereignty claim is not going anywhere.

On

It’s hardly the height of diplomatic craft, yet the governments of Argentina and the United Kingdom seem unable to resist rattling their sabers and provoking each other over the persistent and thorny issues surrounding a barren, windswept archipelago in the

On our latest edition of Bursting the News, on The Bubble Podcast:

  • Alberto Nisman’s accusation against President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner has been dismissed for a second time by a Federal Appeals Court.  Seems like it´s going nowhere.
  • The

Famous piece of garbage/pundit Bill O’Reilly has denied reports that accuse him of exaggerating his role corresponding on the Malvinas, AKA Falklands, war, calling these accusations “a piece of garbage.”

In a piece for ‘Mother Jones’ magazine, journalist David Corn …

In the aftermath of prosecutor Alberto Nisman’s suspicious suicide early this morning, the social media has become a hotbed of conspiracy theories, and @Falklands_utd, the Malvinas Islands’ unofficial twitter account, was quick to leap onto the bandwagon.

“So …