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Family Members of Fallen Argentine Soldiers Visit Falklands Graves

Dalal and Carlos Massad knelt in front of their son Marcelo's grave in the Falkland Islands, kissing the tomb beneath a white cross for the first time since his death in combat some 36 years ago. For most of that time, the plaque on Marcelo's grave read "Argentine soldier known only to God." But after forensic scientists identified the remains of 90 Argentine soldiers buried in the Darwin Cemetery following the country's 1982 conflict with Britain, a group of...

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