Falklands: Red Cross identifies remains of 88 Argentine soldiers

A report by the International Committee of the Red Cross indicates that 88 of the 121 graves of Argentinian soldiers who were buried anonymously on the disputed Falkland Islands have been identified.

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    A report by the International Committee of the Red Cross indicates that 88 of the 121 graves of Argentinian soldiers who were buried anonymously on the disputed Falkland Islands have been identified.

    Relatives now have the chance to bring the remains of their loved ones home.

    The identification process was made possible by an agreement between the UK and Argentina with the assistance of the Red Cross.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Buenos Aires.


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