Falkland Islands

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a group of over 100 islands in the southern Atlantic off the coast of Argentina

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If you ask a Falkland Islander who are you, they will say a Falkland Islander first and British second.
So, it is alleged, Falkland Islanders are now known as stills (still Bennys - get it)
These admirable, older Falkland Islanders, mainly British in origin, have lived stoic lives in a tough, isolated environment and tend to live independently for longer than would normally be thought possible.
The thoughts and deepest sympathies of all Falkland Islanders are with her family and friends at this sad time.
Summary: London: Falkland Islanders hold a referendum on Sunday and Monday to send a message to .
The Falkland Islanders do not exist," said Timerman.
Think of the Falkland islanders, Kuwait, West Timor, Slovakia, the old Soviet "republics", the former UK colonies.
In the centre of the "way" a memorial orchard will honour the Falkland Islanders who spied on, sabotaged and disrupted the enemy before British Forces landed.
A Staff of McVitie's B Visitors to London Zoo C Falkland Islanders D Members of the RSPB QUESTION 4 - for 4 points: In which sport was TV sports presenter Sue Barker a professional player?
Summary: Argentine President Cristina Kirchner dismissed Tuesday a referendum that saw Falkland islanders vote overwhelmingly to .
All countries should accept the results of this referendum and support the Falkland Islanders as they continue to develop their home and their economy.
The unveiling comes as Falkland islanders vote in a referendum on whether to remain a British overseas territory, while filming is set to start this summer on a big budget movie charting the final weeks of HMS Coventry.
12 ( ANI ): Falkland Islanders have voted overwhelmingly in favour of remaining British.
FALKLAND Islanders are going to the polls to vote on whether they want to remain British amid increasing tensions with Argentina over the sovereignty of the territory.
FALKLAND Islanders go to the polls today to vote on whether they want to remain British amid increasing tensions with Argentina over the sovereignty of the territory.
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