After 40 Years, The Malvinas Wounds Aren’t Closed For Argentineans

Americas Now

Four decades ago, war broke out between Argentina and England. The conflict erupted because of a territorial dispute over the Malvinas, or as they are known in England, The Falkland Islands. Hundreds of soldiers died on both sides of the confrontation, which lasted over ten weeks. Joel Richards brings us the story of a very painful anniversary.