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  • ==Territories and regions== ! [[Countries]] and [[United Nations list of Non-Self-Governing Territories|territories]]
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  • ...he [[Igbo people]] who led the secession due to economic, ethnic, cultural and religious tensions among the various peoples of Nigeria. The creation of th ...[Holy Ghost Fathers]] of Ireland, [[Caritas International]], [[MarkPress]] and U.S. [[Catholic Relief Services]].<ref name="Dawodu"/>
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  • ...s Latinoamericanos y Caribeños.PNG|thumb|300px|Community of Latin American and Caribbean States.<br>'''Total population''': 591.662 million (2011)<br>'''T ...ands]] and the [[United States]]. [[British Overseas Territories|British]] and [[Greenland|Danish]] dependencies in the Americas are also not represented
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  • ...[[West Region (Cameroon)|West Region]], to the east by [[Adamawa Region]], and to the north by the [[Federal Republic of Nigeria]]. ...n, [[Paul Biya|President Paul Biya]] signed decrees abolishing "Provinces" and replacing them with "Regions". Hence, all of the country's ten provinces ar
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  • |national_motto = "Strength and Endurance" |government_type = {{nowrap|[[British Overseas Territories|British Overseas Territory]]<sup>2</sup>}}
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  • ...[[English language|English]] word "province" is attested since about 1330 and derives from the 13th-century [[Old French]] "''province''," which itself c A possible [[Latin]] [[etymology]] is from "''pro-''" ("on behalf of") and "''vincere''" ("to triumph" or "to take control of"). Thus a "province" was
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  • |national_motto = "Freedom and Justice" ...ntage of [[English language]] speakers in Ghana see [[List of countries by English-speaking population]] |url=http://www.ghana.gov.gh |publisher=Government of Ghana |t
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  • ...says "about twenty-five million"; Okpala, p. 21, says "around 30 million"; and Smith, p. 508, says "approximately 20 million". Assuming the figure of 18% ...ile=intRelations&pg=4 |title=Country Profile: Nigeria |publisher=[[Foreign and Commonwealth Office]] |date=February 13, 2008 |accessdate=2008-11-23}}</ref
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  • ...alpha-2]] codes (the third set of codes are [[ISO 3166-1 numeric|numeric]] and hence offers no visual association).<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.iso.org ==Uses and applications==
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  • ...to von Bismarck in 1884, the foreign ministers of fourteen European powers and the United States established ground rules for the future exploitation of t ...s]] to a new height. With this paper signed, maps of Afrika were drawn up, and claims were made to the lands.
    37 KB (5,966 words) - 01:06, 20 October 2012
  • ...the geographic sense of the term. For other uses, including '''Regions''' and '''Regional''', see [[Region (disambiguation)]] ...f statistical data, for example [[Clustering (demographics)|demographic]], and locales. In astrophysics some regions have science-specific terms such as [
    25 KB (3,499 words) - 20:12, 24 May 2011
  • '''Districts''' are a type of [[administrative division]], in some countries managed by a [[local government]]. They vary greatly in size, spanning enti ..., usually the ''[[Landeshauptmann]]'' (governor) in matters of federal law and the ''Landesregierung'' (state government) in state law. While there are ma
    37 KB (5,281 words) - 19:51, 24 May 2011
  • ...ude> <!-- See [[Wikipedia talk:Featured lists]] for an explanation of this and other inclusion tags below --> ...with ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes in place of the names of countries and other territories.]]
    54 KB (8,342 words) - 23:26, 10 April 2012
  • ...ve nuclear weapons: the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Russia, and the People's Republic of China (the permanent members of the UN Security Co ''Signed at Washington, London, and Moscow July 1, 1968''<br />
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  • ...me of the standard is ''Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions &ndash; Part 2: Country subdivision code''. It was first ...elevant [[administrative division]]s of all countries in a more convenient and less ambiguous form than their full names. Each complete ISO 3166-2 code co
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  • ...here. For other uses, see [[West India]], [[West Indies (disambiguation)]] and [[Caribbean (disambiguation)]].}} | data7 = Spanish, English, French, Dutch and many [[Languages of the Caribbean|others]]
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  • ...[[list of historical unrecognized states|similar entities]] have existed, and there are now entities claiming independence, often with ''[[de facto]]'' c ...f>Thomas D. Grant, ''The recognition of states: law and practice in debate and evolution'' (Westport, Connecticut: Praeger, 1999), chapter 1.</ref>
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  • {{For|a list of countries by land area only|List of countries and outlying territories by land area}} {{merge to|List of countries by area|date=July 2011}}
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  • ...he four existing provinces were divided into nine. The twelfth, thirteenth and sixteenth amendments to the [[Constitution of South Africa|constitution]] c '''¹:''' The [[Prince Edward Islands]], South African territories in the sub-Antarctic Indian Ocean that are part of the Western Cape for leg
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