Argentina summoned the British ambassador to the foreign office in Buenos Aires on Thursday to inform London that criminal charges had been filed against British companies exploring the Falkland Island for oil and gas. The move comes a day after the Argentinian ambassador was likewise summoned to the British Foreign Office over recent threats made […]
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