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UK boosting military spending to Falklands as Argentina firms up ties with Russia
Fox News Latino

UK boosting military spending to Falklands as Argentina firms ...

The United Kingdom plans to spend about $417 million, or 280 million pounds, to beef up defense spending in the Falklands Islands during the next decade to counter what the country's defense minister calls a very live threat in Argentina. The UK ... Fox News Latino, 5 days ago
Argentina, Falklands & UK Defense Budget Boost GlobalSecurity.org, 5 days ago
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Sky News Australia

Russia MP Compares Crimea Invasion to Falklands: Kremlin annexed Ukraine Black Sea peninsula in 2014

Russia's year-long illegal occupation of Crimea has been compared to Britain's claim to the Falkland Islands by a Russian MP. The comments were made by Alexei Pushkov, head of the
 Prague Post1 week ago Russia compares Crimea to Falklands  Sky News Australia1 week ago Russia has 'more right' to Crimea than UK to Falklands, says Moscow  Zee News1 week ago AFP - Ukraine-Russia-crisis-Britain-Falklands  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
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IAfrica.com

Argentina condemns Britain on Falklands

Buenos Aires---Argentina branded Britain's plans to beef up its defenses in the Falkland Islands a "provocation" and a pre-election stunt Wednesday. On Tuesday, British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said London would spend £180 million ($268 ...
 Qatar Peninsula5 days ago Argentina slams Falklands 'provocation'  IAfrica.com5 days ago Britain jittery over Argentine Falklands threat  Times Live South Africa6 days ago Argentina Rejects British Militarization in Falklands  Prensa Latina6 days ago
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UK Ignores Argentina's Claim: Decides To Beef Up Falkland's Defence With New Missiles And Maritime Vessels

Ignoring the fresh demand from Argentina on Britain to cede its claims on the disputed Falkland islands, the U.K. The announcement was made by Defence Secretary Michael Fallon. Under the new reinforcements, according to Fallon, Britain will deploy ...
 Austin American Statesman5 days ago UK `military lobby` behind Falklands beef-up: Argentina  Zee News6 days ago UK 'military lobby' behind Falklands beef-up: Argentina  Yahoo! Finance6 days ago
Irish Independent

'Russia arming Argentina' for Falklands showdown with UK

Britain is to send two troop-carrying Chinook helicopters and a new surface-to-air missile system to the Falkland Islands, amid fears Russia could be arming Argentina. Michael Fallon, the British Defence Secretary, said the islands would be ready to ...
 Irish Independent5 days ago Britain 'to send MORE troops to Falklands amid Argentine invasion fears'  Scottish Daily Express1 week ago FALKLANDS: Britain 'to send more troops'  The Week UK1 week ago UK will sent more troops to Falklands  New Europe1 week ago
Time

OUTRAGE as Argentina tells BRITAIN to slash its armed forces and 'fix the NHS'

ARGENTINA blasted the UK tonight for LYING about the Falklands crisis - and told David Cameron he should cut military spending and fix the NHS instead. Cristina Kirchner's regime said Britain were "absolutely unjustifiable" in claiming Buenos Aires ...
 Scottish Daily Express5 days ago Here's Why U.K.-Argentina Tensions are Rising Again Over the Falklands  Time1 week ago UK-Argentina Tensions Rise over Falklands  RealClearWorld6 days ago

AFP - Argentina-Britain-Falklands-defence-politics-diplomacy REAX

Argentina-Britain-Falklands-defence-politics-diplomacy REAX Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. UK 'military lobby' behind Falklands beef-up: Argentina Buenos Aires, March 24, 2015 (AFP) - Argentina said Tuesday that Britain's plan to beef up its ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 week ago AFP - Britain-Argentina-Falklands-defence-politics  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago
NBCNews.com

Video: Falkland Islands' fears for Russia-backed invasion

CNBC | March 25, 2015 The UK has sent military support to the Falkland Islands, amid concerns that it faces an increased risk of an attack from Argentina, backed by Russia. CNBC's Ted Kemp reports.
 NBCNews.com5 days ago Falklands fear Russia-backed invasion  CNBC6 days ago
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Huffington Post UK

Falklands Defences To Be Bolstered By Chinooks Amid Sabre-Rattling From Argentina And Russia

A brace of Chinook helicopters are to be deployed to the Falkland Islands to deter an increasingly belligerent government in Buenos Aires. Speaking in the Commons on Tuesday, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon revealed that the transport aircraft ...
 Huffington Post UK1 week ago Chinooks to boost Falklands defence  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago Britain beefs up defence of Falklands  Irish Examiner6 days ago Fallon announces Chinooks to boost Falkland defence  ITV.com1 week ago
Irish Independent

UK sending troops to Falklands amid 'threat of invasion'

Britain is preparing to send more troops to the Falklands to counter a 'heightened' invasion threat from Argentina. Michael Fallon, the UK defence secretary, will soon announce plans to bolster the Falkland Islands garrison amid fears of a renewed ...
 Irish Independent6 days ago Falklands: Cameron is a fool to send in the troops - Argentina's army is a penniless rabble  Yahoo! UK and Ireland6 days ago Argentina invasion fears are prompting Britain to send more troops to Falklands  Social Dashboard1 week ago Towards a new Falklands War?  i24news1 week ago
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