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UN commission: Falkland Islands in Argentine waters | World War 4 Report: The Falkland Islands, or Las Islas Malvinas, have been in dispute between Argentina and the UK since the 1800s. The UN ordered the two nations to reach an agreement over the territory in 1965, but after years of talks the nations fought a war over the territory in 1982. In November 2008 the governments of the UK and the Falkland Islands announced that they agreed on a new constitution for the disputed islands. Argentina's armed forces released documents in September revealing that Argentinian soldiers were tortured and abused by their superiors during the Falklands War. In April Argentina's Minister for Issues Relating to the Falkland Islands announced that the country was bringing legal proceedings against oil and gas companies from the US and UK that are drilling off the islands.

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