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1916: Shackleton Safe, but Ship Lost
From the archives of the International Herald Tribune: In June 1916, Sir Ernest Shackleton reports the loss of his ship, the Endurance.
Argentina: U.N. Decision Expands Maritime Territory
The move expanded Argentina’s territory in the South Atlantic Ocean by 35 percent to include the disputed Falkland Islands and beyond.
Argentina: Britain Spied to Ensure Falklands Security, Report Says
Britain spied on Argentine military and political leaders to ensure the security of the Falkland Islands from 2006 to 2011, an Argentine television channel reported on Friday, citing intelligence documents provided by Edward J. Snowden.
Britain: Fortifying the Falklands
Britain plans to add two transport helicopters and an enhanced communications system to its defense systems on the Falkland Islands.
Bill O’Reilly and Fox News: They’re in It Together
The profiles of the channel and its star talk show host rose together, making it unlikely that he will be punished because of the Falklands controversy.
Bill O’Reilly’s Falklands Defense
The Fox News host Bill O’Reilly aggressively defended his Falklands coverage earlier in his career after reports surfaced that he had embellished stories about his war reporting.
Bill O’Reilly and Fox News Redouble Defense of His Falklands Reporting
On Monday’s show, Mr. O’Reilly played CBS News footage from 1982 that showed violent protests and quoted correspondents describing the scene, but former colleagues said his account was still flawed. (With video.)
Bill O’Reilly, Fox News Host, Fights Back at Claims of Exaggerated Stories
After Mother Jones published an article that said Mr. O’Reilly had misrepresented stories about his war reporting, he called the claims against him “a political hit job.”
Why We Fight Wars
Conquest doesn’t pay, but political leaders don’t seem to care.
Documents Show Thatcher-Reagan Rift Over U.S. Decision to Invade Grenada
Documents released by the British government said that Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was angered by a lack of warning from President Ronald Reagan.
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