Relatives of killed Falklands War soldiers to return to islands as bodies are identified
Plaques with the name and surname of each registered soldier will be put on the previously anonymous graves, according to the Secretariat of Human Rights, almost 36 years after the conflict.
The Secretariat in Argentina will work together with the Commission of Relatives of the Dead in the Malvinas and South Atlantic Islands, and the Foreign Ministry, to coordinate the last part of the process.
In December, forensic scientists identified the remains of the 88 Argentine soldiers who had previously been unidentified.
Scientists analysed 122 sets of human remains in 121 anonymous graves in the... read more
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