Hague gives islands to Colombia and sea to Nicaragua
The International Court of Justice at The Hague ruled yesterday that a group of seven islands in the Caribbean belonged to Colombia and not Nicaragua.
The decision also means that Nicaragua will have sovereignty over the sea connecting the islands, a decision which the Colombian government was not pleased with.
The sovereignty of the waters will allow Nicaragua to exploit new fishing rights, as well as explore for possible oil wells.
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