Richer and more isolated, new Malvinas Islands after 40 years of war


Without resolving colonial status as claimed by the United Nations, the islands are today a prosperous region lived by fishing and tourism.

Dozens of people demonstrated around the embassy.  in Buenos Aires.
Dozens of people demonstrated around the embassy. in Buenos Aires.Matias Martin CampayaEFE

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Photos and videos allow you to plunge into a reality that no longer exists. Falkland Islands, 1982. The sound of war, of the wind, of the cold. The failure of the Argentine Armed Forces is seen and felt when the Marines return.

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