30 years after Falklands war, visible scars remain - Article Photos 1/6

In this Sunday March 4, 2012 photo, a sign warns of land mines just outside Stanley, Falkland Islands. Many scars remain from Argentina's occupation of the islands, both physical and those harder to see at first. The beautiful white-sand beach where Argentine troops came ashore on April 2, 1982 remains off-limits to all but the penguins, which aren't heavy enough to explode the land mines. And islanders say they can never trust Argentines again after being held at gunpoint in their streets and homes during the 74-day occupation. (AP Photo/Michael Warren)