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Nicaragua pays Costa Rica for environmental damages

The original ruling that prompted the payment was handed down by the court in December 2015, when justicies resolved that that the frontier wetland of Isla Calera is Costa Rican territory.

Court of Justice: Nicaragua owes Costa Rica $380,000, must retire troops

The ruling was the Court's first-ever on compensation for environmental damages.

Costa Rica has unfair advantage in maritime delimitation claim, says Nicaragua

Nicaragua's arguments in the border dispute include a map of Costa Rica without the Nicoya peninsula, claiming that the maritime limits disputed before the ICJ should not take that territory into account.

Costa Rica, Nicaragua to face off again at The Hague in new border dispute

Hearings from in the maritime border dispute will take place at the International Court of Justice at The Hague between July 3-13.

Costa Rica submits arguments against Nicaragua in $6.7 million environmental damage complaint

Nicaragua will have until June 2 to submit a response. Justices then will issue a final ruling on the damage compensation figure and on a deadline to make the payment.

Costa Rica sues Nicaragua over military camp near border

Costa Rica asked the International Court of Justice to add a new complaint against Nicaragua to an ongoing case of a border dispute first filed in 2014.

Costa Rica extends deadline to settle payment with Nicaragua for environmental damage

The deadline for Costa Rica and Nicaragua to reach an agreement on the payment of compensation over environmental damage ruled by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ended Friday without any signs of a settlement.

Ortega says Nicaragua will compensate Costa Rica for environmental damage

Daniel Ortega said that while his government is willing to compensate Costa Rica, it considers the $6.7 million requested by Costa Rica to be “exaggerated.”

Chief prosecutor pledges indictments in border road scandal by year end

Costa Rica’s General Prosecutor Jorge Chavarría Guzmán said he is almost ready to file charges for corruption in the failed construction of a road along the border with Nicaragua.

Costa Rica seeks $6 million in environmental damages from Nicaragua in border dispute

The multi-million-dollar price tag on the damages to the wetlands near the Caribbean border of both countries comes after the International Court of Justice ruled in December 2015 that Nicaragua violated Costa Rica’s sovereignty when it dredged an artificial canal through Isla Calero, also known as Isla Portillos or Harbour Head Island.

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