Some 30 years after Britain and Argentina fought a war over the Falkland Islands, tensions are rising again. Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner plans to file a formal complaint to the United Nations about Britain's recent "militarization" of the disputed islands, the BBC reports. Argentina has been enraged by the deployment of Prince William—whose uncle Prince Andrew flew a helicopter in the 1982 conflict—to the islands, and by Britain's plan to send one of its newest warships to the region this spring.
The moves pose "a grave danger to international security," Kirchner said. "We cannot interpret in any other way the deployment of an ultra-modern destroyer accompanying the heir to the throne, who we would prefer to see in civilian attire." Britain, which has held the islands since 1833, issued a statement saying that the "people of the Falkland Islands are British out of choice," and no talks on sovereignty will be held without their consent. (Read more Falkland Islands stories.)