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Image caption Several nations have made competing claims to the lucrative waters around Rockall. An age-old international dispute over a small uninhabited island in the North Atlantic Ocean has flared up, and this time it's between Scotland and Ireland . Rockall lies 260 miles (418km) west of Scotland's Western Isles. The UK claims ownership over the outcrop and a 12-nautical-mile territorial sea around it. But the Republic of Ireland does not believe any country should own Rockall and insists the waters around it are shared by all EU member states . "We don't have a claim on it. We don't accept any other sovereign claim on it," Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Leo Varadkar has said. He ma... Full story

15 June