World Court Highlights Environmental Vulnerability of Uruguay River

Inter Press Service: If anything was left clear by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling on the long-running pulp mill dispute between Argentina and Uruguay, it was the weakness of rules and regulations to prevent pollution of the Uruguay River in the 508-km stretch shared by the two countries. In its 80-page, 282-paragraph verdict, the Court stated on Tuesday, Apr. 20 that "there is no conclusive evidence in the record to show that Uruguay has not acted with the requisite degree of due ......

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