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Location: Central Pacific 41 kilometres south of equator
Capital: Yaren
Population: 13,287
Independence Day: 1968
Date Joined: 1968
Currency: Australian dollar
Total Area: 21 sq km
Languages: English, Nauruan
Head of the Government: President HE Lionel Aingimea (since 27 August 2019)
Web site: http://www.un.int/nauru/government.html
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HE Lionel Aingimea


Nauru promises to speak for Taiwan on international stage

Taipei, May 21 (CNA) Nauru, one of Taiwan's 19 diplomatic allies, has answered a request from President Tsai Ing-wen (???)

News Source:focustaiwan
News Type:News Published date: 23-May-2018

Subhash Bhamre visits Nauru, seeks to boost ties in the Pacific island-country

Union minister Subhash Bhamre is on a three-day visit to Nauru — a tiny island-country in the central Pacific Ocean

News Source:financialexpress
News Type:News Published date: 23-May-2018

Nauru waives journo fees for PIF

The Nauru government is hosting the leaders' meeting in September and says up to three media representatives

News Source:radionz.co.nz
News Type:News Published date: 23-May-2018

Submarine cable deals signed for Kiribati and Nauru

Deals have been signed this week to help fund submarine cables to get high-speed internet to Kiribati and Nauru

News Source:radionz.co.nz
News Type:News Published date: 22-May-2018

Tsai meets Solomon Islands, Nauru leaders in Taipei

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen Monday welcomed Solomon Islands Prime Minister Rick Houenipwela with a military salute in front of the Presidential Office Building in Taipei.

News Source:fijitimes
News Type:News Published date: 22-May-2018

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