Countries Which Share Islands

Throughout the world, there are only a few islands which are shared by more than one country. Based on the islands provided below, name these countries.
Excluding 'Northern Cyprus' due to a lack of international recognition.
* indicates an island with a population below 1,000, ** indicates an uninhabited island.
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Island(s) Shared
Answer
New Guinea, Borneo, Timor, Sebatik
Indonesia
New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
Borneo
Brunei
Borneo, Sebatik
Malaysia
Ireland
Ireland
Ireland, Cyprus (Overseas Territory)
United Kingdom
Hispaniola
Dominican Republic
Hispaniola
Haiti
Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego
Argentina
Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego
Chile
Timor
East Timor
Cyprus
Cyprus
Island(s) Shared
Answer
Dall*
Canada
Dall*
United States
Usedom/Uznam
Germany
Usedom/Uznam
Poland
Saint Martin
France
Saint Martin
Netherlands
Kataja**, Märket**
Sweden
Kataja**, Märket**, Koiluoto**
Finland
Passport Island*
Bahrain
Passport Island*
Saudi Arabia
Nova Zemlia/K**
Romania
Nova Zemlia/K**
Ukraine
Koiluoto**
Russia
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Jun 10, 2020
The islands of Martin Garcia (Argentina) and Timoteo Dominguez (Uruguay) are now united into a single physical mass