‘The Falklands belong to Argentina – even a three-year-old knows that’: Argentina president Cristina Kirchner provokes Britain with latest tweetShe claimed that a child would find British ownership 'unsustainable'Kirchner also suggested that 'the world' wanted dialogue between countries99.8% of islanders recently voted that they wished to remain British territoryBut Kirchner has refused to accept vote that was discussed by UN this weekArgentine officials demanded talks with UK on sovereignty of islands By Mario Ledwith PUBLISHED: 19:18 GMT, 28 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:54 GMT, 28 March 2013 Cristina Kirchner attempted to inflame relations with the UK once again by claiming that a three-year-old child would find Britain's ownership of the islands 'unsustainable' Argentine president Cristina Kirchner has attempted to inflame relations with the UK once again by claiming that a three-year-old child would find Britain's ownership of the Falklands 'unsustainable'. The 60-year-old took to Twitter to launch her latest attack in a bid to reclaim the South Atlantic islands
Revealed: Five-year-old girl and her father drowned because they were turned away from a lifeboat on the Costa ConcordiaDayana and William Arlotti among the 32 victims of cruise ship tragedy They had been unable to find a space on board a lifeboat on the port side Trying to get to across to the starboard side when the ship rolled over They fell into a flooded part of the ship and drowned New dossier details the final moments of each of the victims Prosecutors using it in bid to bring captain Francesco Schettino to trial with 4,252 passengers and crew on board, 32 lives could not be saved” class=”blkBorder” /> Tragedy: The Costa Concordia capsized on January 13 2012 with 4,252 passengers and crew on board, 32 people died Grim task: Divers search for the bodies of the missing victims of the Costa Concordia disaster Girolamo, a drummer from Bari, on his first cruise as crew, showed extraordinary courage when he gave up his place on a life boat for a child.
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Fury over Sandhurst's insult to Mons heroes: Hall renamed after 3million gift from Bahrain king The Mons Hall will now be called the King Hamad Hall after the 3million gift Was originally named to honour thousands of soldiers that died in the battleCritics say the king is 'buying our silence' over alleged human rights abuses By Sam Greenhill PUBLISHED: 01:48 GMT, 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:03 GMT, 18 February 2013 Sandhurst is renaming a hall which commemorates the fallen of a major First World War battle following a 3million donation from the king of Bahrain. The Mons Hall was named to honour thousands of British soldiers who died during the battle in Belgium in 1914. But despite the 100th anniversary of the battle next year, military chiefs are changing its name to King Hamad Hall after the Bahraini ruler, who has given millions to Sandhurst.
Too young to stand – but he already wants to run the country: Son of assassinated Pakistan prime minister Benazir Bhutto launches his career Fifth anniversary of his mother's death in gun and suicide bomb attackBilawal Bhutto Zardari, 24,could be key asset to his partyHis father rode wave of sympathy to become president in 2007But party is in trouble because of ailing economy and Taliban insurgency | UPDATED: 23:18 GMT, 27 December 2012 The son of assassinated Pakistan prime minister launched a political career with a fiery speech today – despite still being too young to stand as a candidate.
'Inspirational' creator of Thunderbirds Gerry Anderson dies aged 83 after long Alzheimer's battle Father of four created classic sci-fi series but had been battling dementia One of Britain's leading creative brains over six-decade production career Family is 'touched by the outpouring of gratitude for what dad did for TV' | UPDATED: 00:48 GMT, 27 December 2012 Gerry Anderson, the creator of classic TV series Thunderbirds and Stingray, has died aged 83. The father of four, of Nuffield, Oxfordshire, who also created the Captain Scarlet and Joe 90 shows – had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease for almost three years and died peacefully in his sleep
Survivors of 2004 tsunami left horrified after being 'ambushed' by trailer for movie about Boxing Day tragedyTrailer for The Impossible shown before The HobbitSurvivors' groups call for Odeon to issue warnings The 2004 Boxing Day tsunami killed 230,000 people including 155 Brits | UPDATED: 20:10 GMT, 25 December 2012 Survivors of the 2004 tsunami have been left 'in tears' as cinemas are screening the trailer for a movie about the disaster without warning. The trailer for the film uses graphic imagery to re-tell the story of one family's fight for survival after the 98-foot-tidal wave hit Thailand on Boxing Day eight years ago
Stamp of approval for Doctor's 50th: Royal Mail marks anniversary year with First Class celebration | UPDATED: 00:11 GMT, 26 December 2012 The 50th anniversary of Doctor Who will be marked by a special set of stamps next year. The Royal Mail said 11 stamps will be issued on March 26, featuring each of the actors who have played the role of the Time Lord, ranging from the first Doctor, William Hartnell, to the current one, Matt Smith
Underground art scene: Exhibition to celebrate 150 years of the Tube will feature incredible posters from each decade since 1908 Poster Art 150 will feature wall art seen in Underground stations from each decade since the early 1900sThe exhibition is the first of its type since 1963 and shows the changing art styles of the last 100 yearsThe 150 were chosen by a panel of experts from more than 3,000 in the London Transport Museum vault | UPDATED: 19:46 GMT, 24 December 2012 A new exhibition will showcase the iconic poster art that has adorned the walls of the London Underground for more than a century. Poster Art 150 – London Underground's Greatest Designs is being held at the London Transport Museum to commemorate the Tube's 150th anniversary.
Two decades on, a concert for Stephen: Emeli Sande to perform alongside other high-profile acts2013 tribute concert will raise funds for charitable trust set up in the name of the murdered teenagerSoul singer will perform at O2 on April 18Other events include a memorial service, dinners and memorial lectures | UPDATED: 08:36 GMT, 21 December 2012 Victim: The SL20 concert will take place on April 18 at London's O2 arena. It will raise funds for the charity set up in the name of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence Award-winning soul singer Emeli Sande – who performed at the Olympics opening and closing ceremonies – will headline a star-studded concert to mark the 20th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence. The SL20 Concert, which will feature a number of other high profile acts, is due to take place at London’s O2 arena on April 18 next year.