Cities Found in More than One Country

All of the countries listed below have a city with the same name. Which city is that?

Hint: The cities are in alphabetical order.
Quiz by Zefyrinus
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Last updated: November 7, 2012
First submittedNovember 7, 2012
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Countries
City
UK (Scotland) – USA (South Dakota)
Aberdeen
Netherlands (North Holland) – USA (New York)
Amsterdam
UK (Northern Ireland, Wales) – USA (Maine)
Bangor
Belarus – France (Brittany)
Brest
Barbados – Australia (Western Australia)
Bridgetown
China (Guangdong) – USA (Ohio)
Canton
Malaysia (Pinang) – Australia (Tasmania)
George Town
Guyana – Gambia – Australia (Queensland)
Georgetown
India (Andhra Pradesh) – Pakistan (Sindh)
Hyderābād
Jamaica – Australia (Norfolk Island) – Canada (Ontario)
Kingston
UK (England) – Canada (Ontario)
London
USA (Tennessee) – Ancient Egypt ;)
Memphis
Ukraine – USA (Texas)
Odessa
France (Île-de-France) – USA (Texas)
Paris
Morocco – Malta
Rabat
Antigua and Barbuda – Canada (Newfoundland)
St. John's
USA (Oregon, Massachusetts) – India (Tamil Nādu) – Sweden (Stockholms län)
Salem
Mongolia (Bulgan) – Democratic Republic of the Congo (Bandundu)
Selenge
Australia (New South Wales) – Canada (Nova Scotia)
Sydney
Italy (Sicily) – USA (New York)
Syracuse
Ireland (Meath) – Russia (Omskaya Oblast') – Japan (Saga)
Tara
Libya – Lebanon
Tripoli
Belgium (Walloon Brabant) – USA (Iowa)
Waterloo
Thailand (Yala) – Sri Lanka
Yala
UK (England) – USA (Pennsylvania) – Australia (Western Australia)
York
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Level 79
Jun 24, 2013
What about Harlem?
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Level 66
Jun 29, 2013
Well, the one in Netherlands is called Haarlem, and the American one is only a part of a city, so I decided to skip it. :/
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Level 51
Jan 22, 2014
what about manchester? Home of !Manchester United! and biggest city in new hampshire?
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Level 66
May 13, 2014
I think I didn't include that one because there's another quiz of this kind, that does have Manchester in it.
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Level 55
Jan 27, 2014
I think "St" should be acceptable for "Saint". I was so sure the answer was St Johns
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Level 66
May 13, 2014
Oh, that should be acceptable. I'll change it...
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Level 66
Jul 22, 2014
San Jose is both a city in California, and the capital city of Costa Rica...
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Level 66
Oct 22, 2014
http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/25526/cities-more-than-one-country-latin
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Level 73
Sep 2, 2014
St John's should be the primary answer, because St John's Newfoundland and Saint John New Brunswick are each spelt that way to avoid confusion with each other.
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Level 66
Oct 22, 2014
Hmm, I'll change it eventually...
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Level 73
Sep 2, 2014
FYI I visited Kingston, Norfolk Island, and it has about ten houses in it. It must be the smallest capital "city" in the world!
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Level 66
Oct 22, 2014
Lol, no way! :D
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Level 52
Oct 26, 2014
Bergen is also a good one, being a town in Norway, the Netherlands and Belgium (there also being called Mons).
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Level 70
May 30, 2015
I think lots of these aren't really cities. Bangor in Wales isn't for sure.
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Level 66
Jun 9, 2015
Ah, right. Maybe "towns" would have been better. It's hard to tell what something counts as when you use an atlas for reference.