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Kingdom of EnenKio

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  1. To date, EnenKio is not recognized in any international forum as a sovereign state

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 16, 2009
  2. is a small separatist group of Marshall Islander heritage who lay claim to the United States' unincorporated territory of Wake Island

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  3. derives its name from the native name of the northernmost Marshallese atoll, Eneen-Kio Atoll, which was also once written as Enen-kio

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  4. seeks recognition as a sovereign Micronesian state in the Northern Marshall Islands

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  5. In the Marshallese language, Enen-kio means "Island of the orange flower." Wake Island comprises three proximate coral atolls currently known as Peale Island, Wake Island, and Wilkes Island

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