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There are few signs of grief in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires Monday over the death of former British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. Thirty-one years ago, Thatcher was at the helm when Argentina tried to invade the remote British-ruled Falkland Islands. The 10-week war, which killed about 650 Argentine and 255 British troops, ended when Argentina surrendered. Tensions continue to this day. (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) VENDOR, CARLOS GRILLO, SAYING: "I'm not going to say that I'm sad - quite the opposite. But it contradicts the Catholic faith because we can't say, good she died and I'm going to celebrate her death, but I'm not going to get sad because she has died." A very different view from the Falkland Islands, where flags flew at a half staff. (SOUNDBITE) (English) FALKLAND ISLAND RESIDENT, SYBIE SUMMERS, SAYING: "It's very sad, I heard it on the news this morning and I think it's very sad to think tat she has passed away because