The unidentified bodies of 123 Argentinian soldiers have been buried since the 1982 war in a cemetery on the remote islands

Experts have started to try to identify Argentinian soldiers buried on the Falkland Islands who were killed fighting Britain over the territory, the Red Cross said on Thursday.

The unidentified bodies of 123 Argentinian soldiers have been buried since the 1982 war in a cemetery on the remote South Atlantic islands, known in Spanish as Malvinas – governed by Britain but claimed by Argentina.

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