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Map: Asia (location), subregions as delineated by United Nations geographic classification scheme, except *:

   Northern Asia*
  •    Russia in Eastern Europe
   Central Asia
  •    territories geographically, wholly or partially, in Eastern Europe
   Western Asia
  •    territories geographically, wholly or partially, in Eastern Europe, Southern Europe, or Northern Africa
   Southern Asia
   Eastern Asia
   Southeastern Asia
  •    territories geographically, wholly or partially, in Melanesia ( Oceania)
Date 2009-11-14 02:16 (UTC)
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