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Which countries do not participate in the Olympics at all?

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2008-01-23 03:48:55
2008-01-23 03:48:55

south Africa South Africa was banned from the Olympics (starting in 1964) but they were allowed back starting with the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona after their citizens voted to ban apartheid.

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