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Argentine British relations - at the popular level at any rate - face heightened tension following a European Cup soccer match between Manchester United and the Spanish club, Deportivo La Coruña played at Old Trafford on Wednesday night in which the skipper of the English soccer squad, David Beckham, was injured in a collision with Argentine born player Aldo Duscher and could be out of the forthcoming World Cup scheduled to open in eight week's time.
BOOKS: Where generals dared to tread NEW IN PAPERBACK:Financial Times; Apr 13, 2002. By LUDOVIC HUNTER TILNEY
The life of the Queen Mother will be celebrated with a set of commemorative stamps, Royal Mail has announced.
The mystery surrounding the loss of an Argentine Puma helicopter, shot down during the 1982 Falklands War, has finally been solved.
How the Falkland Islanders went to war in 1982 to rid their country of the Argentine invaders with courage, ingenuity and vital practical help to the advancing British forces has been told for the first time.
Argentina has a part to play in the future development of the Falklands, according to British Foreign Office Deputy Under-Secretary Graham Fry.
Several British press articles focus on the transformation of the Falklands economy since 1982, thanks to the new fishing industry.