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The Argentinian-UK spat over the Falkland Islands seems to show no signs of abating, with UN chief Ban Ki-moon today calling on both nations to avoid “escalation”, the BBC reports.So what’s so special about the Falkland Islands that has made both countries enter a war of words just 30 years after an actual war?
That's around 1,000 square miles smaller than Connecticut.
English is the official language, though there is a small number of Spanish speakers. Many people on the island learn Spanish as their second language.
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