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There is an element to being British in Argentina that other foreigners do not likely experience. Every so often, while chatting in a taxi or buying groceries at the verdulería, the question of where I’m from arises. And, though usually …

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 …

The family members of 90 recently identified Argentine soldiers buried on the Malvinas Islands took a step toward healing decades-old wounds with an historic visit to the Argentine cemetery in Darwin.

Today marks the first time these families were able …

Family members of Malvinas War soldiers buried on the islands as unknown soldiers have begun to receive the results of the identification process carried out by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) earlier this winter. That process identified …

While the Argentine and UK governments continue to bicker over the sovereignty of the Malvinas Islands, 25 veterans from both sides of the 1982 War decided to do something way cooler: bury the hatchet and play rugby.

The event, which …

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

As the scandal surrounding Bill O’Reilly’s “war zone” experience in Buenos Aires while covering a Malvinas protest in 1982 continues to grow, CBS News opened its archives and decided to post its reports from that time, when the population was …