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2017-12-27 03:50:29
2017-12-27 03:50:29

There are 5 countries under Communism: Vietnam, Cuba, China, Laos, and North Korea.

Cuba, North Korea, Vietnam, Laos and China are the main five communist states, though none of these countries practice pure communism.

China, Cuba, thailand and lots of eastern countries.

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