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3 examples of a nation

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  1. Nigeria, Chile, Denmark, United States, United Kingdom, Russia, Norway, South Africa, Morocco, Israel, Afghanistan, India, China, Mongolia, Australia, Indonesia, Vietnam, South Korea, Kenya, Ghana, Canada, Brazil

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