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Montevideo, November 17th 2017 - 19:35 UTC

Falklands demining operations at Port Harriet Farm, Mt Longdon and Goose Green

Monday, November 13th 2017 - 07:06 UTC
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DYNASAFE Bactec recently returned to the Falkland Islands to continue demining operations, namely the completion of Phase 5a by March 18. “The break of around 10 weeks has allowed us all to recharge our batteries to finish these remaining tasks,” said Project Manager Julius Unsung. Read full article

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  • Livepeanuts

    The Argentine Armed Forces of 1982 have so much to answer for, as with the indoctrination of the school children by the teachers of the very young and have done incalculable damage to Argentina, costing thousands and thousands of their own people's lives and those of other people.
    The usurping Argentine military of 1982 had no ethics when it came to mines in a foreign land, lucky for all mankind, that the dictatorship was defeated on the Falklands, stopping the murders in Argentina (torture, death flights and kidnapping the victims babies); and an even worse war with Chile involving several other countries which was averted on the Falklands by restoring the Queen's Peace there. If not the consequences would have been so much more tragic across the entire region.
    It is so wrong to try and rescue the reputation of these mass murderers by presenting them as fighting a “just war” for the Fatherland, when moved by total failure, fear of the courts and despair they attacked the peaceful and unarmed Falklands people. The attack was headed by the criminals of ESMA Chiachino on the Falklands and Astiz on South Georgia, and now the teachers talk about the mythic “heores”! Some, perhaps many, like the thousands murdered in Argentina were more like martyrs of the Argentine Armed Forces Dictators, those who survived torture and near death in Argentina don’t have pensions and don’t go about schools confusing the kids.

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  • R. Ben Madison

    The Falkland Islands should send a symbolic bill to Buenos Aires every time they have to hire people to dig up the mines the Argentines should be paying to dig up.

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  • portman

    and the mines scattered from helicopters by the argies as reported by bbc war correspondent brian hanrahan have still to be located and cleared!

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  • Stoker

    Luckily the hand grenades they left under cups and the shit they left in freezers in the Falklanders' homes could be cleaned up much more quickly
    http://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/news/8410550.Friendship_forged_in_Falklands_War_endures_for_Newport_man/

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  • Jolene

    England will return the Malvinas within 25 years.

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