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Kiribati: Country Profile

Area: 811 sq km
Population: 103,500 (2010 Kiribati Census)
Capital city: Tarawa
People: Predominantly Micronesian with some Polynesian. Native people of Kiribati are called I-Kiribati.
Languages: English (official although not widely spoken outside of Tarawa) and Kiribati
Religions: Roman Catholic 54%, Protestant (Congregational) 30%, Other 16% (Seventh-Day Adventist, Baha'i, Latter-day Saints, Church of God)
Currency: Australian dollar (AUD)

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