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I flew from SYD to SCL at the start of last year (Jan 2013) specifically to go on a 20-day Antarctica cruise. We got as far south as just shy of 65 degrees on the cruise. On the flight back (Qantas QF28) from SCL to SYD we got so far south that I was able to take some photos of tabular icebergs from the aircraft. Around the same time I managed to grab one ...


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In vast majority of the cases, the child will have one or more of the parents' nationalities through jus sanguinis (this is true even if the child is born in some country). As far as I know, every country in the world (except the Vatican where nationality is ex officio) has some sort of jus sanguinis system, where children born abroad to parents of that ...


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It's complicated, but as always, Wikipedia has it covered. The short version is that in the vast majority of cases, the baby will inherit one or more citizenships from its parents through jus sanguinis, and nothing more. If the baby is born within the territorial limits of a country that applies jus soli, including flying overheard and within nautical ...


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Only countries that recognise jus soli ("right of the soil") consider babies born within their borders to be citizens of that country. Today, only countries in the Americas and a handful of others recognise jus soli. So, for the majority of the world it's not relevant where a baby is actually born. However, wherever a baby is born there is generally a ...


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If one or both of the parents are from a country which operate a jus sanguinis system, the baby would be entitled to the citizenship of that country. The vast majority of countries have a jus sanguinis system, either by itself or in conjunction with a jus soli system (which entitles the baby to citizenship if s/he is born on that country's soil). If, ...


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A quite a good resource is imho the standard clock setting in Microsoft Windows installations: image from talkstandards.com As you can see, it's particularly North America, India, the Philippines, Colombia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Australia This is more or less confirmed by Wikipedia that states that in most English-speaking regions, particularly ...



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