Argentina has stepped up its row with Britain over the
Falklands, its foreign minister thanking God for the decline
of the British Empire and vowing to prosecute oil firms
exploring off the remote South Atlantic islands.
Britain has summoned Argentina's ambassador to London after
masked men ransacked the offices of a shipping company in
Buenos Aires, a move the Foreign Office alleged was aimed at
deterring ships from visiting the disputed Falkland Islands.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned Argentina
that London stands "ready and willing" to defend the Falkland
Islands, 30 years after Britain recaptured the South Atlantic
archipelago whose sovereignty remains a hotly contested