Nicaragua Daily update ⋅ February 3, 2018
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UN court lays down Costa Rica, Nicaragua maritime borders Washington Post
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — The International Court of Justice has laid down definitive maritime boundaries between Costa Rica and Nicaragua in the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean and a small land boundary in a remote, disputed wetland. As part of the complex ruling, the United Nations' highest ...

UN court hands Costa Rica territorial victories over Nicaragua - Reuters
Top UN court awards Costa Rica territory claimed by Nicaragua - Channel NewsAsia
UN court hands Costa Rica territorial victories over Nicaragua - Channel NewsAsia
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11 Ursuline students plan trip to Nicaragua Youngstown Vindicator
Eleven Ursuline High School students accompanied by six adults are planning a trip to Nicaragua in April. From April 2-8, during Ursuline's spring break, students will travel to the Central American country to help the locals fulfill what some may say are basic needs. “We help them find food and housing, ...

Ursuline students set to lend hand, observe foreign culture in Nicaragua - Youngstown Vindicator
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UN court: Nicaragua must pay Costa Rica environmental costs LancasterOnline
Costa Rica's agent Edgar Ugalde Alvarez, second left, and Nicaragua's agent Mr. Carlos Jose Arguello Gomez, third from right, listen to the reading of the verdict of the International Court of Justice, or World Court, in The Hague, Netherlands, Friday, Feb. 2, 2018, in two cases that will map out disputed ...


UN court orders Nicaragua to remove military camp in dispute with Costa Rica Reuters
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - The UN's top court on Friday sided largely with Costa Rica in a decade-old border dispute, ordering Nicaragua to remove a military camp from disputed territory. Judges at the International Court of Justice found that Nicaragua had violated Costa Rica's sovereignty. Reporting by ...


UN court: Nicaragua must pay Costa Rica environmental costs mySanAntonio.com
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The International Court of Justice has ordered Nicaragua to compensate Costa Rica for damage Nicaragua caused with unlawful construction work near the mouth of the San Juan River, in the court's first foray into assessing costs for environmental damage. Friday's ...


Nicaragua opens 2 bridges in Caribbean region Business News Americas
Nicaragua opens 2 bridges in Caribbean region. By Angeles Rodriguez Friday, February 2, 2018. BNamericas. Notify me Bookmark. Share ... Nicaragua's transport and infrastructure minister Oscar Mojica cut the ribbon on two road bridges in Rosita, a municipality in the North .


Mexico: Relationship with US closer than assumed WPXI Pittsburgh
The order by the United Nations' principal judicial organ followed a December 2015 ruling that Nicaragua violated Costa Rica's sovereignty by establishing a military camp and digging channels near the river, part of a long-running border dispute in the remote region on the shores of the Caribbean Sea.


Roberto Rivas' Brother and Sister-in-Law Fall from Grace in Costa Rica Havana Times
HAVANA TIMES – A government source in Nicaragua revealed to Confidencial that President Daniel Ortega has decided to cancel the appointment of Harold Rivas as ambassador to Costa Rica. Harold Rivas is the brother of Supreme Electoral Council President Roberto Rivas. Harold Rivas' wife Jenny ...


Nomadic boxer Roland Jeffrey Membreno set for pro debut mississauga.com
The Brampton welterweight, who was born in Nicaragua and came to Canada when his parents brought the family back to Canada shortly after his birth, moved around in the GTA. Because he had moved around a lot, he was always an outsider and was bullied for it. That all started when he was 10 ...


Where beauty abounds Republican Journal
I have been traveling in Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala since Jan. 2. I was three weeks in Nicaragua, and then I endured a brutally cold air-conditioned bus from Managua to Guatemala City, punctuated by half a night in a decidedly budget San Salvador hotel, $14 a night. It's an odd thing to be ...