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Nauru

Nauru is a small island northeast of Australia. It is located 42 kilometers south of the equator.
Population – approx. 10,000 including non-Nauruan population of approx. 1,000.
The population of Nauru consists of 12 tribes, as symbolized by the 12-pointed star on the Nauru flag and is believed to be a mixture of Micronesian, Polynesian and Melanesian descent.
Their mother tongue is Nauruan, but English is widely spoken as it is used for public and commercial purposes.

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