Britain and Spain are locked in a dispute over Gibraltar that that has compounded tensions dating back to 1704. But what is fueling Britain's control issues over its overseas territory?
Falkland islanders are voting in a referendum to decide if the disputed territory should remain part of Britain.
President Reagan issued a last-ditch appeal to Margaret Thatcher to abandon her campaign to retake the Falklands, according to official documents now made public.
Foreign and Commonwealth soldiers who risked their lives serving in the British Army tell Channel 4 News they want the government to review a new law which leaves them subject to imminent deportation.
As Argentina's president demands talks with the UK about the Falkland Islands, Prime Minister David Cameron insists there will be no negotiation.
As the Falkland Islands marks the 30th anniversary of the end of the war, the president of Argentina goes to the United Nations to press her country's claim to the islands.
An advert shot on the Falkland Islands showing Argentinian hockey player Fernando Zylberberg training on a British war memorial prompts calls for him to be banned from the London Olympics.
Thirty years after the invasion of the Falkland islands, David Cameron reaffirms Britain's role in "righting a profound wrong" while veterans and relatives of the deceased attend a memorial service.