THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Bolivian President Evo Morales personally handed over documents at the International Court of Justice on Tuesday that support his country's claim against Chile in an ongoing case that it hopes will win it back the sea access it lost over a century ago. Landlocked Bolivia - which still maintains a navy - took its case to the Hague last year. It is seeking to force its neighbor to give back a Pacific Ocean passage that it lost in an 1880s war won by Chile."We trust that Bolivia will soon have sovereignty again in the Pacific, the arguments are on our side," said ...
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