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Pink Floyd's Roger Waters denies 'Falklands belong to Argentina' remarks

The Pink Floyd star Roger Waters has denied remarks attributed to him that the Falkland Islands belonged to Argentina and instead urged a compromise solution over the contested territory.

Full transcript of Roger Waters' statement on the Falklands

"I recently gave a press conference in Santiago Chile, where I answered questions for over an hour.

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Harriet Walker: Andrew Marr's fawning at the Queen's cottage sums up our new Dark Ages

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Leading article: Argentinian signals that must not be misread

Once the anniversary of the war is past, there is a strong case for starting talks
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Falkland military claims rejected

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The sinking of the General Belgrano in 1982

Pitch battle! Football league in Argentina renamed in honour of 'General Belgrano'

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Letters: The Falklands

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