Argentina takes control of Falkland waters over oil rights after row with Britain | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Argentina takes control of Falkland waters over oil rights after row with Britain

Argentina has taken control of the waters around the Falkland Islands in an escalation of its row with Britain over the disputed territory.

The move would effectively grant it the power to blockade the British-ruled archipelago.

It comes as relations between the two countries hit a new low earlier this month following the recent discovery of oil reserves buried in the Falklands seabed.

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