The Only Three Countries in the World

There are only three countries that satisfies each category listed below.
Can you guess all those three for each category?
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Last updated: April 3, 2020
First submittedJune 10, 2018
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Name all countries that...
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contain all vowels and in Africa
D.R. Congo
Equatorial Guinea
Mozambique
that don't follow metric system
Liberia
Myanmar
United States
end in -lands
Marshall Islands
Netherlands
Solomon Islands
is on Borneo
Brunei
Indonesia
Malaysia
has only green, white, and orange flag
Côte d'Ivoire
Ireland
Niger
Name all countries that...
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is completely surrounded by another country
Lesotho
San Marino
Vatican City
borders Togo
Benin
Burkina Faso
Ghana
is absolute monarchy and not in middle east
Brunei
Eswatini
Vatican City
has Chinese as an official language
China
Singapore
Taiwan
is Caucasian
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Georgia
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Level 43
Apr 12, 2020
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Level 60
Jun 11, 2018
Can you just accept 'Netherlands' please?
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Level 68
Apr 14, 2019
Swaziland's new name is Eswatini.
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Level 43
Apr 14, 2019
Updated!
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Level 83
Mar 28, 2020
Good quiz! But, doesn't India have a flag with green, orange and white? Or do you disqualify it because of the blue wheel in the middle?
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Level 43
Mar 28, 2020
thanks! added "only".
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Level 50
Apr 8, 2020
Y can also be used as a vowel.
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Level 62
Jun 27, 2020
Great quiz!
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Level 43
Jun 27, 2020
That means a lot! Thanks!
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Level 46
Aug 10, 2020
Very nice!

Not totally sure about the metric system one... Britain uses the metric system in some areas and not in others. In a few areas (eg road signs stating distances) the metric system is banned by law. Even the USA likewise uses metric in some circumstances.