The area of the European Economic Community (formerly known as the Common Market) was halved in 1981 when Greenland (until then part of Denmark) was granted full independence.
The population of Greenland in 2008 was 57,564.
The Chilean artist Marco Evaristti displayed an exhibit at a museum in Denmark in 2000... MORE
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New Guinea is the world's second largest island after Greenland.... MORE
More useless disinformation has been spread about the number of Eskimo (now Inuit) words for... MORE