UN ruling gives Colombia islets but Nicaragua more sea
Well, it's resolved. That is, the boundary dispute between Colombia and Nicaragua. Effectively, both sides won. The World Court said that the islets belonged to (continued to belong to) Colombia) but it also re-drew the maritime boundry in favor of Nicaragua. Colombia is not pleased.
This information is in the news on many sites. One of the most reasonable articles in by the BBC.
In its ruling on Monday, the ICJ, the UN's highest court, said the islets of Roncador, Quitasueno, Serrana, Serranilla, Bajo Nuevo, Cayo Bolivar and Alburquerque were Colombia's.
The court set new borders to give Colombia control of the water and seabed around its islands and islets. But the new demarcation line also gives Nicaragua more sea territory.