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China advocates peaceful reunification with Taiwan, but refuses to renounce the use of force if the island nation tries to declare its independence.

Members of the Opposition want the government to review its aid allocation for Haiti in response to a recent report on human rights abuses in the island nation.

The island is a popular anchorage for those looking for a quiet spot to set up camp for a few days.

Kansai International Airport is built on an artificial island in Osaka Bay, Japan.

The island of Greenland came under Denmark's authority in the early 1800s.

A popular dish in the island nation of Samoa is baked bat.

In 1961, the United States banned all trade with the island nation of Cuba.

A popular dish in the island nation of Samoa is baked bat.

A beam of sunshine broke through the clouds, throwing light on a little island in the middle of the ocean.

The island nation of Jamaica is well known for its great natural beauty.

A translation of the name of the island nation of Sri Lanka is 'beautiful country'.

The blockade of Cuba by the Americans was originally rationalized on the basis that the island nation was a threat to U.


national security.

The ferry was bound for a small island off the coast when it sank in a storm.

The island of Martinique has remained a French possession since 1635, except for three brief periods of foreign occupation.

The island of Malta is currently an official candidate for membership in the European Union.

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