Afghanistan

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Afghanistan is a rustic in southwestern Asia. The land is roofed with mountains and deserts, valleys and plains. Afghanistan has no seacoast. It borders the nations of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan on the north and China on the far northeast. Pakistan lies to the …

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Armenia

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Armenia is a rustic in southwestern Asia. It lies within the Caucasus Mountains. It’s bordered by Azerbaijan, Iran, Turkey, and Georgia. Yerevan is the capital and largest metropolis. Armenia lies on the Armenian Plateau. This can be a rocky highland. The land is damaged by …

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Azerbaijan

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Azerbaijan <<AH zuhr by JAHN>> is a rustic in southwestern Asia. It’s within the Caucasus Mountain area. It lies on the western shore of the Caspian Sea. Azerbaijan is bordered by Armenia, Georgia, Iran, and Russia. One space of Azerbaijan, referred to as the Naxcivan Autonomous …

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Bangladesh

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Bangladesh <<BAHNG gluh DEHSH>> is a rustic in South Asia. It was as soon as a part of Pakistan. Bangladesh is bordered by Myanmar on the southeast, and by India on three sides. The southern border of Bangladesh lies alongside the Bay of Bengal. The Bay …

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Bhutan

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Bhutan <<boo TAHN>> is a small nation in south-central Asia. It’s bordered by Tibet, part of China, on the north and by India on the south. The rugged mountains of the Himalaya cowl a lot of Bhutan. Plains stretch throughout the south. The city of Thimphu …

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Brunei

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Brunei <<BROO ny>> is a tropical nation in Southeast Asia. It lies on the north coast of the island of Borneo. It borders the nation of Malaysia. Brunei is usually flat. Inland, it’s closely wooded. Its capital, Bandar Seri Begawan, can also be its largest metropolis. …

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Cambodia

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Cambodia <<kam BOH dee uh>> is a small nation in Southeast Asia. It’s typically referred to as Kampuchea <<KAM poo CHEE uh>>. Cambodia borders the Gulf of Thailand and nations of Laos, Thailand, and Vietnam. Phnom Penh is the capital of Cambodia. Low mountains border most of …

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China

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China is a large nation in japanese Asia. It’s bordered on the north by Russia and Mongolia and on the east by the Pacific Ocean. On the south and southwest it’s bordered by Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Bhutan, Nepal, India, and Pakistan. On the …

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Cyprus

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Cyprus <<SY pruhs>> is an island nation within the northeast nook of the Mediterranean Sea. It lies about forty miles (sixty four kilometers) south of Turkey. Nicosia <<NIHK uh SEE uh>> is the capital and largest metropolis. Greater than 4-fifths of the individuals have Greek ancestors, …

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East Timor

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East Timor <<tee MAWR>> is a small nation in Southeast Asia. It’s typically referred to as Timor-Leste. It makes up the japanese aspect of the island of Timor. This island lies within the Timor Sea, about 300 miles (480 kilometers) north of Australia. Dili is East Timor’s …

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