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Edén Pastora, Nicaraguan ex-guerrilla “Commander Zero,” has died

The Nicaraguan ex-guerrilla Edén Pastora, known as Comandante Cero, died of a heart attack at 83 while he was hospitalized, his relatives reported Tuesday.

Nicaragua government praises ‘balanced’ ruling in border dispute with Costa Rica

Media outlets in Nicaragua on Wednesday reported about the International Court of Justice ruling mostly by citing Nicaraguan representative at The Hague Carlos Argüello, who avoided calling the justices' final rulings negative for his country and instead referred to them as “balanced.”

The Hague Court: Territory disputed with Nicaragua belongs to Costa Rica

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague gave its final ruling Wednesday in Costa Rica's long-running border dispute with Nicaragua. Here's what the court found.

International Court of Justice to rule on Costa Rica-Nicaragua border dispute on Dec. 16

The Hague-based International Court of Justice on Friday reported that it will issue a final ruling Dec. 16 on the joined cases raised by Costa Rica and Nicaragua over a series of disputes along the two countries' border.

Damaged wetlands recovering along Costa Rica-Nicaragua border

Costa Rican officials reported Monday that wetlands near the Nicaraguan border are recovering after suffering damages from dredging work carried out by Nicaragua in disputed territory.

Costa Rica asks international court to prevent further occupations from Nicaragua

Costa Rica's lawyers at The Hague said that Nicaragua had changed its position on numerous occasions throughout the case.

At The Hague: Nicaragua says Costa Rica’s border road dumps “massive amounts of sediment” into San Juan River

Experts for Nicaragua said the amount of sediment varies between 190,000 and 250,000 tons per year, and that the sediment is reducing the depth of the river in a perpetual process that modifies its geography and makes navigation increasingly difficult.

Nicaragua denies Costa Rica’s claims of environmental damage

A legal team representing the Nicaraguan government on Friday concluded a first round of hearings at the International Court of Justice by arguing that no evidence exists to show dredging on the San Juan River had caused environmental damage in the border area, as Costa Rica’s attorneys claimed earlier this week.

Costa Rica finishes work to close artificial canal built by Nicaragua in disputed territory

Costa Rica Foreign Affairs Minister Manuel González said the work to block the canal prevented major environmental damage that would have been virtually impossible to repair.

Costa Rica begins mitigation of Nicaragua’s canal work in disputed area

The mitigation work that started this week in Isla Portillos, or Isla Calero, comes just three weeks before oral arguments are set to begin in the territorial dispute between Nicaragua and Costa Rica before the International Court of Justice in the Hague.

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