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On this day 37 YEARS AGO (1982) We reported a ceasefire in the Falklands as 7,000 Argentines fled their positions outside Port Stanley, leaving our forces to march into the capital.
1982 The Falklands War ended with the surrender of the Argentine troops at Port Stanley. 2000 A rollercoaster billed as the world's scariest ride opened in Blackpool.
Their expedition was covered in five legs, with stopovers at four ports - Fremantle in Australia, Lyttelton in New Zealand, Port Stanley in Falklands and Cape Town in South Africa.
London: An Indian Navy sailing team out to make history as the first-ever voyage by an all-women crew to circumnavigate the globe is now docked at Port Stanley, the capital of Falkland Islands - a British Overseas Territory.
IANS Port Stanley, Falkland Islands The Indian Navy's sailing boat INSV Tarini, with an all-women crew, on Monday entered Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands, after crossing the Cape of Horn on January 18.
The team was assembled by the British government, and they sailed as civilians, with their equipment, in a large troop ship to Port Stanley, Falkland Islands, the capital of British Antarctica.
Which coastal town in North Yorkshire is twinned with Port Stanley in the Falkland Islands?
The man was winched up as it hovered then flown to Falklands capital Port Stanley.
He was then flown to Port Stanley on the Falkland Islands, where his ship had been headed.
Martin Withers led the first Vulcan attack on the Port Stanley airfield during the 1982 Falklands War - an operation that has entered RAF mythology due to the audacity of the 8,000 mile round trip.