What is Nauru?
Nauru is a small island country in the Pacific Ocean with an area of 21 km squared. It's capital is Yaren and it has a population of 9,322 people.
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Nauru is a small nation located near the Marshall Islands in thePacific Ocean. It is situated in the Micronesian South Pacific. Theclosest island to it is the Banaba Island wh…ich belongs to theRepublic of Kiribati. Nauru has the distinction of being thesmallest nation in the world. It is also the tiniest independentrepublic in the world. It is also the only republic that does nothave an official capital. During the Second World War Nauru was under Japan, it was undertrusteeship at the end of the War and finally became independent in1968. Nauru is about 0.1 times the size of Washington compromising ofjust twenty one sq km. Its natural resources consist mainly ofPhosphates and fish. Its natural hazards are largely droughts thathappen periodically. It has a tropical climate with a monsoonalpattern meaning it gets rain between the months of November rightuntil February.
Nauru is an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. It is not onany continent. Nauru is in Oceania.
Nauru mines phosphate but it is mostly depleted. The unemploymentrate is near 90% on this tiny island country.
There is no official capital city in Nauru, the government offices are in the Yaren District.
The population is 9,267 (July 2010 estimate) The population of Nauru is 9,322.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/6396111.stm According to this article, it is due to a mass consumption of junk food and lack of exercise. Apparently Junk food is widely i…mported to that area and is usually much cheaper then fresh vegetables.
Nauru is a small island in Oceania.
No. Nauru is a country.
Phosphate mining, a detention camp for Australian asylum seekers,and (until recently) money laundering.
No, Nauru is in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, just about on theopposite side of the world from Africa.
Nauru is in the southern hemisphere (just barely!) and in theeastern hemisphere.