Britain (U.K.)

1:45am

Mon April 2, 2012
Latin America

Some Argentines Demand Return Of Falkland Islands

People walk past a Falklands War memorial in Ushuaia, Argentina, on Sunday. Some Argentines want Britain to give up the Falkland Islands, which Argentina tried to take over in a bloody war in 1982.
Natacha Pisarenko AP

Thirty years ago, on April 2, 1982, Argentina invaded the Falkland Islands, leading to a short but bloody war with Britain. Argentina lost, and the islands in the frigid South Atlantic stayed under British control.

Argentina still claims the islands, however, and is pressuring Britain like never before.

On a recent day, the ornate Palais de Glace museum in Argentina's capital, Buenos Aires, was packed with visitors browsing through a collection of photographs from the Falkland Islands war.

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1:35pm

Fri March 30, 2012
The Two-Way

One Of Britain's Most Tenacious Pugilists Returns To Parliament

British politician George Galloway celebrated today after winning the Bradford West by-election in northern England.
Andrew Yates AFP/Getty Images

Those in Britain who complain that their politicians tend to be mealy-mouthed mediocrities who spend their lives battling over the middle ground are being compelled to think again.

One of the country's most fiesty political brawlers, George Galloway, has once again sprung back into the political ring by unexpectedly securing a return to parliament, long after most pundits had written him off.

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11:35am

Fri March 30, 2012
The Two-Way

Stricken Soccer Player Fabrice Muamba Tweets Smiling Photo

Fabrice Muamba, looking strong.
twitter.com/fmuamba

From being "in effect, dead" after suffering a heart attack during a game on March 17, English Premier League soccer player Fabrice Muamba has recovered enough to have his fiancé send out a wonderful photo today of him smiling way from a hospital bed.

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5:15am

Wed March 28, 2012
Animals

Choking Dog Somehow Dials Phone For Help

Originally published on Wed March 28, 2012 8:31 am

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4:00pm

Tue March 27, 2012
The Two-Way

British Student Jailed For Racist Tweets About Collapsed Soccer Player

Originally published on Wed March 28, 2012 7:09 am

Bolton Wanderers' Fabrice Muamba is obscured by medical staff trying to resuscitate him after collapsing. His teammate Ryo Miyaichi, right, and Tottenham Hotspur's Jermain Defoe, center top, watch.
Matt Dunham AP

A British student has been sentenced to 56 days in jail for posting racist tweets about a soccer player who collapsed on the pitch.

Liam Stacey pleaded guilty to "incitement to racial hatred," after he let loose a barrage of tweets that contained the n-word and crude sexual references. It all started earlier this month, when Fabrice Muamba, a soccer player, collapsed on the pitch and Stacey tweeted that he was dead, followed by "#Haha."

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