Countries that don't speak an Indo-European language

The Indo-Europeans languages is a family of languages native to most of Europe and South Asia. It is the most widely spoken language family in the world, with about half the population being native speakers, and hundreds of millions more second language-speakers. Can you name all the countries that don't have at least one of these as a official language?
This quiz takes a country to "speak an Indo-European language" if it has an IE language as an official language, or if it has an IE language as its main spoken language.
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Last updated: February 24, 2021
First submittedOctober 6, 2020
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Africa
Algeria
Egypt
Eritrea
Ethiopia
Libya
Mauritania
Morocco
Somalia
Tunisia
Asia (excl. Middle East)
Bhutan
North Korea
Cambodia
South Korea
China
Taiwan
Indonesia
Thailand
Japan
Turkmenistan
Laos
Uzbekistan
Mongolia
Vietnam
Myanmar
 
Europe
Estonia
Hungary
 
Oceania
Micronesia
Middle East
Azerbaijan
Oman
Bahrain
Qatar
Georgia
Saudi Arabia
Israel
Syria
Jordan
Turkey
Kuwait
United Arab
Emirates
Lebanon
Yemen
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Level 74
Oct 6, 2020
Nepal's official language, Nepali, is IE, so Nepal should be removed.
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Level 58
Oct 6, 2020
Thank you for the correction. I've fixed it now.
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Level 57
Oct 6, 2020
Nice quiz! Palestine should also be included, tho.
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Level 58
Oct 6, 2020
Thank you. I personally think Palestine is a country, but Jetpunk doesn't count it as one, so I decided to go with the site's list to avoid the usual fight about whether to include this-or-that place as countries.
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Level 60
Oct 6, 2020
Kurdish is an official language of Iraq :)
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Level 58
Oct 6, 2020
The original source listed Kurdish as being just a "regional language", but the country's Wikipedia article says Arabic and Kurdish both are official. Thanks for the correction, it's fixed now.