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LIECH. UKR AINE Aral Lake FR ANCE MOLD. AUT. HUNG. SWITZ. Sea Balkash SLVN. CRO. ROM. Caspian SM SERB. MONACO B-H UZBE Black Sea K ITALY BULG. Sea IS KYRG. ANDORRA GEORGIA MON. TA ARM. AZERB. T U R VAT. CITY KOSOVO PORTUGAL KM SPAIN TAJ. MACED. T U R K E Y E ALBANIA AZERB. U N I T E D S TAT E S OF AMERICA Tropic of Cancer A ᭡ In Brunei the Sultan has ruled by decree since 1962; power is closely tied to the royal family. The Sultan’s brothers are responsible for finance and foreign affairs. N A T I O F E D E R IRELAND Great Lakes 12 A rc ti c C Barents Sea Y RUSS.

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