Falkland Islands

The ten things you need to know on Thursday 14 March 2013... 1) POPE FRANCIS, FRIEND OF DICTATORS? Surprise, surprise, this
Argentine claims to the Falklands do not stand up to scrutiny when judged by the laws, rules and precedents set at the time.
Of course, neither the Falkland Islanders nor the UK need America's support for the referendum but the US should back its allies. All the Falkland Islanders are asking for is recognition of their right to self-determination - a right guaranteed by the United Nations Charter and a key principle on which America was founded in 1776.
Argentina's president Cristina Kirchner, has once again been rattling her sabre, this time by equating Falkland Islanders
Britain will "always be there" to defend the Falkland Islands, David Cameron has said, after 99.7% of the 1,513 residents
The people of the Falkland Islands have voted overwhelmingly to remain a British overseas territory, with 99.8% declaring
Counting will begin on Monday in a referendum over whether the Falkland Islands should remain British. Islanders started
Falkland Islanders go to the polls on Sunday to vote on whether they want to remain British amid increasing tensions with
As Falkland Islanders prepare to vote in a referendum on the future sovereignty of the South Atlantic archipelago, a ComRes
Breast implants, the Falkland Islands and how capitalism may have ended life on Mars. The late Hugo Chavez had an opinion