An asteroid known as 2014 RC was due to skim past our planet over the weekend. But instead of passing by in the distance, it's believed part of the rock fell to earth in Nicaragua creating a gigantic crater.
Nicaragua scoffed at an Organization of American States (OAS) condemnation regarding their Google Maps border incursion this weekend, and why shouldn't they? Even Reuters was calling the measure a "toothless exhortation." Coming soon: Google War?
Recently a Nicaraguan military commander invaded a Costa Rican territory and ordered troops to take down a Costa Rican flag and replace it with Nicaragua's. He went through all this trouble because of an error on Google Maps.