Falkland Islands or Islas Malvinas take centre stage in public and political life across Argentina following Buenos Aires' decision to walk away from the accord it signed with UK in 2016.
Argentine Foreign Minister Santiago Cafiero seeks new negotiations over the sovereignty of Falklands in a meeting with his British counterpart James Cleverly during a summit in India.
Buenos Aires called the British monarch's demise a "painful moment" but on the streets, praise for queen's record is clouded by lingering hurt over 1982 war over Falkland Islands that both countries claim as their own.
Buoyed by global reaction to Russia's attack on Ukraine, Buenos Aires dispatches senior official to neighbouring countries to bolster support for Argentina's claim over British-run Falkland Islands.
Russia's Putin would not have started military offensive in Ukraine if he was a woman, says UK PM Johnson. Putin answers "a woman decided to start a war" against Argentina, referring to then British PM Thatcher's 1982 Falkland Islands offensive.
UK fumes after Beijing throws its weight behind Buenos Aires which claims sovereignty over the British overseas islands it calls the Malvinas.
The current standoff between the US and Iran represents the symbiosis of hard military assets and cyber escalation.
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