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A Province of Papua New Guinea Could Turn Into a New Country

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A Province of Papua New Guinea Could Turn Into a New Country

A Province of Papua New Guinea Could Turn Into a New Country

For nearly two decades, the area of Bougainville has been declared an autonomous region.

Last month in a non-binding independence referendum, residents voted to declare their independence.

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