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Décryptages[edit]

Selon lui, l'annonce, vendredi d'un déficit en hausse de 2,6 milliards fin juin sur un an – essentiellement en raison de dépenses européennes exceptionnelles – et la poursuite de la chute de la production industrielle, qui a reculé de 1,4 % en juin, ne permettent pas d'avoir une telle confiance.

Ces "deux chiffres révélateurs et inquiétants sont venus rappeler à la réalité les responsables politiques français et le gouvernement, et démentent l'optimisme de commande affiché par le pouvoir", a-t-il déclaré.

"Ces deux chiffres décrivent une seule et même faiblesse nationale. Nous n'avons pas les forces nécessaires et la capacité de rebond pour remettre le pays dans le sens de la création des richesses et de l'emploi qui nous font si cruellement défaut."

L'ancien candidat à la présidentielle a estimé qu'il était "impossible de retrouver ces capacités et cet élan sans des réformes profondes qui toucheront à la structure même de l'Etat et à la place de l'entreprise dans la société française." "On est forcé de constater que ce n'est pas dans ce sens que depuis douze mois va l'action du gouvernement", a-t-il conclu.

Concerning Music[edit]

Concerning Counties[edit]

Traditionally and culturally though there are considered to be 92 counties that make up the United Kingdom. Of these 6 are provinces in Northern Ireland, with the other 86 being in Great Britain; 39 in England, 34 in Scotland and 13 in Wales. It is believed that all these counties were established between the 9th and 13th centuries.[1]

In May 2013, the British Government formally recognised all the counties, including those that were no longer used for administrative purposes. In response to this many national media outlets and newspapers said that culturally the counties where still of importance, and that many people had still never embraced any administrative changes by the central government over the last fifty years.[2][3][4]

English Counties[edit]

Name HCN[a] HCC[b] Flag Town Day Saint Area[c]
Bedfordshire #09 BED - Bedford - - 465
Berkshire #10 BER - Abingdon - Saint Birinus 722
Buckinghamshire #13 BUC
Flag of Buckinghamshire.svg
Buckingham - - 745
Cambridgeshire #17 CMB - Cambridge - - 820
Cheshire #20 CHE
Cheshire Flag.svg
Chester - Saint Werburgh 1027
Cornwall #22 CNW
Flag of Cornwall.svg
Truro 5 March Saint Piran 1349
Cumberland #24 CUM
Cumberland flag.svg
Carlisle - - 1516
Derbyshire #26 DRB
Derbyshire flag.svg
Derby - - 1029
Devon #27 DVN
Flag of Devon.svg
Exeter - Saint Petroc 2405
Dorset #28 DRS
Flag of Dorset.svg
Dorchester 1 June Saint Wite 980
Durham #32 DRH - Durham - Saint Cuthbert 1015
Essex #34 ESE
Flag of Essex.svg
Chelmsford - Saint Cedd 1542
Gloucestershire #39 GLC
Severn Cross.svg
Gloucester - - 1125
Hampshire #40 HMP - Winchester - - 1622
Herefordshire #41 HRF Hereford - - 833
Hertfordshire #42 HTF
FlagOfHertfordshire.PNG
Hertford - Saint Alban 727
Huntingdonshire #43 HNT
FlagOfHuntingdonshire.PNG
Huntingdon 25 April - 359
Kent #45 KNT
Flag of Kent.svg
Maidstone - Saint Augustine 1555
Lancashire #50 LCS
FlagOfLancashire.svg
Lancaster 27 November - 1880
Leicestershire #51 LCR - Leicester - - 800
Lincolnshire #52 LNC
Lincolnshire flag.svg
Lincoln - Saint Hugh 2646
Middlesex #55 MSX
FlagOfMiddlesex.PNG
Brentford 16 May - 285
Norfolk #61 NRF - Norwich - - 2044
Northamptonshire #62 NHP - Northampton - - 984
Northumberland #63 NHB
Flag of Northumberland.svg
Alnwick - - 2018
Nottinghamshire #64 NOT
County Flag of Nottinghamshire.svg
Nottingham - - 825
Oxfordshire #66 OXD
Proposed Flag of Oxfordshire.jpg
Oxford 19 October Saint Frideswide 756
Rutland #74 RTL - Oakham - - 152
Shropshire #77 SHP
Flag of Shropshire.svg
Shrewsbury - - 1343
Somerset #78 SMS
Somnew.png
Taunton - - 1640
Staffordshire #79 STF - Stafford - - 1171
Suffolk #81 SFF - Ipswich - Saint Edmund 1489
Surrey #82 SUR - Guildford - - 758
Sussex #83 SUS
Flag of Sussex.svg
Chichester 16 June Saint Richard 1458
Warwickshire #86 WRW - Warwick - - 885
Westmorland #88 WML
FlagOfWestmorland.png
Appleby - - 783
Wiltshire #90 WTS
County Flag of Wiltshire.svg
Trowbridge - Saint Osmund 1370
Worcestershire #91 WRC
Worcestershire County Flag.jpg
Worcester - - 738
Yorkshire #92 YRK
FlagOfYorkshire.svg
York 1 August - 6066

Welsh Counties[edit]

English Name Welsh Name HCN[d] HCC[e] Flag Town Day Saint Area[f]
Anglesey Sir Fôn #02 AGL
Anglesey flag.svg
Llangefni - Saint Dwynwen 276
Brecknockshire Sir Frycheiniog #12 BRN - Brecon - - 743
Caernarfonshire Sir Gaernarfon #15 CRN
Flag of Caernarfonshire.png
Caernarfon - - 480
Cardiganshire Ceredigion #18 CRD - Cardigan - - 815
Carmarthenshire Sir Gaerfyrddin #19 CRM - Carmarthen - - 1095
Denbighshire Sir Ddinbych #25 DBH - Ruthin - - 640
Flintshire Sir y Fflint #37 FLT
Flintshire Flag.png
Mold - - 640
Glamorgan Morgannwg #38 GLM
Proposed flag of Glamorgan.svg
Cardiff - - 845
Merionethshire Meirionnydd #54 MRN - Dolgellau - Saint Cadfan 780
Monmouthshire Sir Fynwy #57 MNM
Flag of Monmouthshire.svg
Monmouth - Saint Dubricius 530
Montgomeryshire Sir Drefaldwyn #58 MTG - Montgomery - - 780
Pembrokeshire Sir Benfro #68 PMB
Flag of Pembrokeshire.png
Haverfordwest - - 655
Radnorshire Sir Faesyfed #70 RDN - Presteigne - - 485

Scottish Counties[edit]

English Name Gaelic Name HCN[g] HCC[h] Flag Town Day Saint Area[i]
Aberdeenshire Obar Dheathain #01 ABN - Aberdeen - 1950
Angus Aonghas #03 ANG - Forfar - - 889
Argyllshire Earra-Ghàidheal #05 ARG Lochgilphead - - 3110
Ayrshire Inbhear Áir #07 AYS - Ayr - - 1129
Banffshire Banbh #08 BNF - Banff - - 641
Berwickshire Bearaig #11 BRW - Duns - - 457
Buteshire Bód #14 BTE - Rothesay - - 225
Caithness Gallaibh #16 CTN - Wick - - 618
Clackmannanshire Clach Mhanainn #21 CLM - Alloa - 48
Cromartyshire Cromba #23 CRT Cromarty - 370
Dumfriesshire Dún Phrís #30 DMF - Dumfries - - 1063
Dunbartonshire Dún Breatainn #31 DUN Dunbarton - - 241
East Lothian Labhaidh Thoir #33 ELT - Haddington - Saint Andrew 267
Fife Foibhe #36 FFE - Cupar - 504
Inverness-shire Inbhear Nis #44 INS - Inverness - - 4211
Kincardineshire An Mhaoirne #46 KNC Stonehaven - - 380
Kinross-shire Ceann Rois #47 KNR - Kinross - - 73
Kirkcudbrightshire Cille Chuitbeirt #48 KCB - Kirkcudbright - - 899
Lanarkshire Lannraig #49 LNK - Lanark - - 879
Midlothian Labhaidh Láir #56 LMT - Edinburgh - - 362
Morayshire Móireabh #59 MOY - Elgin - - 476
Nairnshire Inbhear nÁrainn #60 NRN - Nairn - 200
Orkney Arcaibh #65 ORN
2007 Flag of Orkney.svg
Kirkwall - Saint Magnus 376
Peeblesshire Na Púballan #67 PBS - Peebles - - 548
Perthshire Peairt #69 PRT Perth - - 2493
Renfrewshire Rinn Friú #71 RNF - Renfrew - 245
Ross-shire Ros #72 RSS - Dingwall - - 3089
Roxburghshire Rosbróg #73 RXB - Jedburgh - - 666
Selkirkshire Salcraig #75 SKK - Selkirk - - 267
Shetland Sealtainn #76 SHT
Flag of Shetland.svg
Lerwick 21 June - 225
Stirlingshire Sruighlea #80 STL - Stirling - - 447
Sutherland Cataibh #84 SRL - Dornoch - 2028
West Lothian Labhaidh Thiar #87 WLT Linlithgow - 120
Wigtownshire Baile na hUige #89 WGT - Wigtown - Saint Ninian 487

Northern Irish Counties[edit]

English Name Irish Name HCN[j] HCC[k] Flag Town Day Saint Area[l]
Antrim Aontroma #04 ANM
Flag of county Antrim.svg
Antrim - - 1175
Armagh Ard Mhacha #06 ARH
Flag of county Armagh.svg
Armagh - - 512
Down Dúin #29 DWN
Flag of county Down.svg
Downpatrick - - 950
Fermanagh Fhear Manach #35 FRM
Flag of the counties of Fermanagh and Limerick.svg
Enniskillen - - 715
Londonderry Dhoire #53 LDR
Flag of the counties of Cork, Derry and Louth.svg
Londonderry - - 816
Tyrone Thír Eoghain #85 TYN
Flag of county Tyrone.svg
Omagh - - 1260

British Counties[edit]

Name Alternative Name[m] HCN[n] HCC[o] Flag Town Day Saint Area[p]
Aberdeenshire Obar Dheathain #01 ABN Aberdeen 1950
Anglesey Sir Fôn #02 AGL Llangefni Saint Dwynwen 276
Angus Aonghas #03 ANG Forfar 889
Antrim Aontroma #04 ANM
Flag of county Antrim.svg
Antrim 1175
Argyllshire Earra-Ghàidheal #05 ARG Lochgilphead 3110
Armagh Ard Mhacha #06 ARH
Flag of county Armagh.svg
Armagh 512
Ayrshire Inbhear Áir #07 AYS Ayr 1129
Banffshire Banbh #08 BNF Banff 641
Bedfordshire #09 BED Bedford 465
Berkshire #10 BER Abingdon Saint Birinus 722
Berwickshire Bearaig #11 BRW Duns 457
Brecknockshire Sir Frycheiniog #12 BRN Brecon 743
Buckinghamshire #13 BUC
Flag of Buckinghamshire.svg
Buckingham 745
Buteshire Bód #14 BTE Rothesay 225
Caernarfonshire Sir Gaernarfon #15 CRN
Flag of Caernarfonshire.png
Caernarfon 480
Caithness Gallaibh #16 CTN Wick 618
Cambridgeshire #17 CMB Cambridge 820
Cardiganshire Ceredigion #18 CRD Cardigan 815
Carmarthenshire Sir Gaerfyrddin #19 CRM Carmarthen 1095
Cheshire #20 CHE
Cheshire Flag.svg
Chester Saint Werburgh 1027
Clackmannanshire Clach Mhanainn #21 CLM Alloa 48
Cornwall Kernow #22 CNW
Flag of Cornwall.svg
Truro 5 March Saint Piran 1349
Cromartyshire Cromba #23 CRT Cromarty 370
Cumberland #24 CUM
Cumberland flag.svg
Carlisle 1516
Denbighshire Sir Ddinbych #25 DBH Ruthin 640
Derbyshire #26 DRB
Derbyshire flag.svg
Derby 1029
Devon #27 DVN
Flag of Devon.svg
Exeter Saint Petroc 2405
Dorset #28 DRS
Flag of Dorset.svg
Dorchester 1 June Saint Wite 980
Down Dúin #29 DWN
Flag of county Down.svg
Downpatrick 950
Dumfriesshire Dún Phrís #30 DMF Dumfries 1063
Dunbartonshire Dún Breatainn #31 DUN Dunbarton 241
Durham #32 DRH Durham Saint Cuthbert 1015
Essex #34 ESE
Flag of Essex.svg
Chelmsford Saint Cedd 1542
Fermanagh Fhear Manach #35 FRM
Flag of the counties of Fermanagh and Limerick.svg
Enniskillen 715
Flintshire Sir y Fflint #37 FLT Mold Saint Winifred 640
Glamorgan Morgannwg #38 GLM Cardiff 845
Gloucestershire #39 GLC
Severn Cross.svg
Gloucester 1125
Hampshire #40 HMP Winchester 1622
Herefordshire #41 HRF Hereford 833
Hertfordshire #42 HTF
FlagOfHertfordshire.PNG
Hertford Saint Alban 727
Huntingdonshire #43 HNT
FlagOfHuntingdonshire.PNG
Huntingdon 25 April 359
Inverness-shire Inbhear Nis #44 INS Inverness 4211
Kent #45 KNT
Flag of Kent.svg
Maidstone Saint Augustine 1555
Kincardineshire An Mhaoirne #46 KNC Stonehaven 380
Kinross-shire Ceann Rois #47 KNR Kinross 73
Kirkcudbrightshire Cille Chuitbeirt #48 KCB Kirkcudbright 899
Lanarkshire Lannraig #49 LNK Lanark 879
Lancashire #50 LCS
FlagOfLancashire.svg
Lancaster 27 November 1880
Leicestershire #51 LCR Leicester 800
Lincolnshire #52 LNC
Lincolnshire flag.svg
Lincoln Saint Hugh 2646
Londonderry Dhoire #53 LDR
Flag of the counties of Cork, Derry and Louth.svg
Londonderry 816
Merionethshire Meirionnydd #54 MRN Dolgellau Saint Cadfan 780
Middlesex #55 MSX
FlagOfMiddlesex.PNG
Brentford 16 May 285
Midlothian Labhaidh Láir #56 LMT Edinburgh 362
Monmouthshire Sir Fynwy #57 MNM
Flag of Monmouthshire.svg
Monmouth Saint Dubricius 530
Montgomeryshire Sir Drefaldwyn #58 MTG Montgomery 780
Morayshire Móireabh #59 MOY Elgin 476
Nairnshire Inbhear nÁrainn #60 NRN Nairn 200
Norfolk #61 NRF Norwich 2044
Northamptonshire #62 NHP Northampton 984
Northumberland #63 NHB
Flag of Northumberland.svg
Alnwick 2018
Nottinghamshire #64 NOT
County Flag of Nottinghamshire.svg
Nottingham 825
Orkney Arcaibh #65 ORN
2007 Flag of Orkney.svg
Kirkwall Saint Magnus 376
Oxfordshire #66 OXD
Proposed Flag of Oxfordshire.jpg
Oxford 19 October Saint Frideswide 756
Peeblesshire Na Púballan #67 PBS Peebles 548
Pembrokeshire Sir Benfro #68 PMB
Flag of Pembrokeshire.png
Haverfordwest 655
Perthshire Peairt #69 PRT Perth 2493
Radnorshire Sir Faesyfed #70 RDN Presteigne 485
Renfrewshire Rinn Friú #71 RNF Renfrew 245
Ross-shire Ros #72 RSS Dingwall 3089
Roxburghshire Rosbróg #73 RXB Jedburgh 666
Rutland #74 RTL Oakham 152
Selkirkshire Salcraig #75 SKK Selkirk 267
Shetland Sealtainn #76 SHT
Flag of Shetland.svg
Lerwick 21 June 225
Shropshire #77 SHP
Flag of Shropshire.svg
Shrewsbury 1343
Somerset #78 SMS
Somnew.png
Taunton 1640
Staffordshire #79 STF Stafford 1171
Stirlingshire Sruighlea #80 STL Stirling 447
Suffolk #81 SFF Ipswich Saint Edmund 1489
Surrey #82 SUR Guildford 758
Sussex #83 SUS
Flag of Sussex.svg
Chichester 16 June Saint Richard 1458
Sutherland Cataibh #84 SRL Dornoch 2028
Tyrone Thír Eoghain #85 TYN
Flag of county Tyrone.svg
Omagh 1260
Warwickshire #86 WRW Warwick 885
West Lothian Labhaidh Thiar #87 WLT Linlithgow 120
Westmorland #88 WML
FlagOfWestmorland.png
Appleby 783
Wigtownshire Baile na hUige #89 WGT Wigtown Saint Ninian 487
Wiltshire #90 WTS
County Flag of Wiltshire.svg
Trowbridge Saint Osmund 1370
Worcestershire #91 WRC
Worcestershire County Flag.jpg
Worcester 738
Yorkshire #92 YRK
FlagOfYorkshire.svg
York 1 August 6066

Navbox[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Historic County Number.[5]
  2. ^ Historic County Code.[6]
  3. ^ Measured in square miles.
  4. ^ Historic County Number.[7]
  5. ^ Historic County Code.[8]
  6. ^ Measured in square miles.
  7. ^ Historic County Number.[9]
  8. ^ Historic County Code.[10]
  9. ^ Measured in square miles.
  10. ^ Historic County Number.[11]
  11. ^ Historic County Code.[12]
  12. ^ Measured in square miles.
  13. ^ In Cornish, Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic or Welsh.
  14. ^ Historic County Number.[13]
  15. ^ Historic County Code.[14]
  16. ^ Measured in square miles.

Statistics[edit]

Geographical sizes[edit]

  • Total size of counties in the United Kingdom: 94102 sq./km
  • Average county size in the United Kingdom: 1023 sq./km
  • Largest county in the United Kingdom: Yorkshire at 6066 sq./km
  • Smallest county in the United Kingdom: Clackmannanshire at 48 sq./km
  • Total size of counties in England: 49927 sq./km
  • Average county size in England: 1280 sq./km
  • Largest county in England: Yorkshire at 6066 sq./km
  • Smallest county in England: Rutland at 152 sq./km
  • Total size of counties in Northern Ireland: 5428 sq./km
  • Average county size in Northern Ireland: 905 sq./km
  • Largest county in Northern Ireland: Tyrone at 1260 sq./km
  • Smallest county in Northern Ireland: Armagh at 512 sq./km
  • Total size of counties in Scotland: 29983 sq./km
  • Average county size in Scotland: 882 sq./km
  • Largest county in Scotland: Inverness-shire at 4211 sq./km
  • Smallest county in Scotland: Clackmannanshire at 48 sq./km
  • Total size of counties in Wales: 8764 sq./km
  • Average county size in Wales: 674 sq./km
  • Largest county in Wales: Carmarthenshire at 1095 sq./km
  • Smallest county in Wales: Anglesey at 276 sq./km

Geographical proximity[edit]

  • Counties with the most neighbours: Northamptonshire (9), Lanarkshire (8), Shropshire (8), Dumfriesshire (7), Inverness-shire (7), Lincolnshire (7), Yorkshire (7).
  • Counties with the least neighbours: Anglesey (1), Bute (1), Cornwall (1), Caithness (1), Orkney (1), Shetland (1), Cromartyshire (2), East Lothian (2), Kincardineshire (2), Nairnshire (2), Pembrokeshire (2), Wigtownshire (2).

County towns[edit]

  • Berwickshire is named after the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed in Northumberland. However during the Anglo-Scottish Wars, Richard III of England wanted to replace James III of Scotland by putting James' brother on the throne instead. He failed to do this, but he did capture the town of Berwick in 1482. It has been a part of Northumberland and England ever since.
  • Kincardineshire is named after the town of Kincardine. Though sometime in the Middle Ages the town and it's castle ceased to exist. The only visible site of it's existence are the remains of that castle, two miles north east of the village of Fettercairn.[15][16] Around 1600, the county town was changed to Stonehaven.
  • Roxburghshire is named after the town of Roxburgh. In the Middle Ages the town was as important as towns such as Stirling, Edinburgh and Perth, and at one time it was David I of Scotland's capital and royal residence. However in the Scottish Wars of Independence the town was constantly captured and recaptured by the Scottish and English armies. Eventually in 1460 the town and the castle were destroyed. The town of Jedburgh has been the new county town of Roxburghshire ever since. Two miles away from the site of the old town, there is now a village that is also called Roxburgh.

Major Cities[edit]

Unlike the county towns, most of the major cities in the United Kingdom grew because of industry and trade, not agriculture. Many of them also grew because they were on the banks of major rivers, but these same rivers were often used to mark out of boundaries. Therefore some cities have grown across county borders, sometimes being split by the river, even though officially the centre of a town is always in one county. The following are the twenty largest cities in the United Kingdom.[17]

  • London - Middlesex

The centre of London is in Middlesex. However due to it's size most of London is actually spread across four counties and there are six counties within the M25 motorway.

On the whole Middlesex and Essex are north of the River Thames, whilst Surrey and Kent are south of the river (with their being a few anomalies such as North Woolwich and the area around Gallions Reach station and parts of Beckton Sewage Treatment Works being north of the river but in Kent). The area from Shepperton in West London, to Harefield and Northwood in North West London, across to Enfield and Potters Bar in North London (though not Barnet and Borehamwood which are in Hertfordshire), and then back down to Poplar in East London make up the county of Middlesex. Thus areas such as the City of London, Westminster, Kensington, Hammersmith, Shepherds Bush, Camden, Islington, Shoreditch, Whitechapel, Hackney, Mile End and the Isle Of Dogs are all in Middlesex. Anywhere north of the river and east of Poplar, including Stratford, Ilford and Dagenham; is in Essex.

South of the river from Rotherhithe and Bermondsley down through Dulwich and Crystal Palace to Croydon and New Addington is part of Surrey. Therefore Southwark, Lambeth, Waterloo, Clapham and the suburbs of Wimbledon, Kingston, Sutton and Epsom are all in Surrey. South East London is in Kent, including Lewisham, Beckenham, Orpington, Biggin Hill, Sidcup and Bexleyheath. As well as the four counties of Middlesex, Essex, Surrey and Kent mentioned previously; Hertfordshire (Watford, St Albans) and Buckinghamshire (Gerrards Cross) are also within the M25 motorway.

  • Birmingham - Warwickshire

Most of Birmingham is in Warwickshire, alongside areas north east of the city like Erdington and Sutton Coldfield. However to the north west; Wolverhampton, Walsall, Dudley, West Bromwich and the suburbs of Smethwick and Handsworth are in Staffordshire. Harborne is also in Staffordshire. From Stechford and Yardley in the east of Birmingham, in a crescent shape to Sparkhill and Moseley and then across to Quinton and up to Oldbury to the west of the city are all in Worcestershire. Halesowen and Stourbridge are also in Worcestershire.

  • Leeds - Yorkshire
  • Glasgow - Lanarkshire
  • Sheffield - Yorkshire

Most of Sheffield is in Yorkshire, although suburbs to the south including Totley, Bradway, Norton, Frecheville and Beighton are in Derbyshire.

  • Bradford - Yorkshire
  • Edinburgh - Midlothian
  • Liverpool - Lancashire

East of the River Mersey is Lancashire, all the way down to Widnes and Warrington. The Wirral, and Runcorn are in Cheshire.

  • Manchester - Lancashire

All of Manchester is in Lancashire, with the border between it and Cheshire taking roughly the same route as the southern section of the M60 motorway. Thus Sale, Wythenshawe, Cheadle, Stockport, Hyde and most of Stalybridge are in Cheshire.

  • Bristol - Gloucestershire

The old original of the River Avon marks the border between Gloucestershire and Somerset and more. Thus Spike Island, Redcliffe and Temple Meads are in Somerset. Links here.

  • Wakefield - Yorkshire
  • Cardiff - Glamorgan

All of Cardiff is in Glamorgan except anything east of the Rhymney River in eastern Cardiff; including Rumney, St Mellons and much further on the city of Newport, which are all in Monmouthshire.

  • Coventry - Warwickshire
  • Nottingham - Nottinghamshire
  • Leicester - Leicestershire
  • Sunderland - Durham
  • Belfast - Antrim

Parts of east and south Belfast are in Down. .

For with Northumberland

  • Newcastle - Northumberland

The route of the River Tyne marks the northern border between Northumberland and Durham. Gateshead, Hebburn, Jarrow and on the coast South Shields, are all in Durham.

  • Brighton - Sussex
  • Hull - Yorkshire

Concerning Speech[edit]

Country Continent Number Of Speakers Percentage Of Speakers Status
France Europe 63,000,000 ~99% Official
Canada North America 11,600,000 35% Official
Belgium Europe 9,491,000 86% Official
Monaco Europe 36,000 ~99% Official
Luxembourg Europe 516,000 96% Official
United States North America ~3,000,000 <1% -
Andorra Europe 68,000 80% -
Saint Pierre and Miquelon North America 5,800 ~99% Official
Haiti North America 9,200,000 ~90% Official
All Carribean Nations North America 10,100,000 26% -
Guiana (FOT) South America 240,000 ~99% Official
Guadeloupe (FOT) North America 406,000 ~99% Official
Martinique (FOT) North America 404,000 ~99% Official
Reunion (FOT) Africa 839,000 ~99% Official
Mayotte (FOT) Africa 106,700 55% Official
Saint Barthélemy (Overseas collectivity) North America 8,900 ~99% Official
Collectivity of Saint Martin (FOC) North America 37,000 99% Official
Israel Asia 800,230 10% -
Lebanon Asia 1,605,100 38% Administration/Law
India Asia 10,000 <1% -
Syria Asia 901,200 4% -
Vanautu Oceania 109,400 45% Official
United Kingdom Europe 400,000 <1% -
All European Union Nations Europe ? 28% -
Italy Europe 124,000 <1% -
Tunisia Africa 6,360,000 64% -
Burma Asia 35,000 <1% -
Laos Asia 2,150,000 ~30% Education
Vietnam Asia 6,321,000 7% Education/Media
Cambodia Asia 500,000 19%
Algeria Africa 30,699,000 81% Lingua franca
Mauritania Africa 470,300 14% -


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