The Lede complicates the story:

The idea that Nicaragua had relied on Google Maps for a military deployment, and stumbled across a frontier because of a mistake by the search giant, set off peals of laughter worldwide, sent Google scrambling to explain and fix the error, and led journalists to discover another mistaken Google Map that could provoke an international incident. What few people outside Central America seemed to notice was that there was a problem with the punchline: in the weeks since Google acknowledged that its map was in error, Nicaragua has refused to remove its troops.

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