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Rename [mexican-citizens] to [mexican-nationals]

Everyone born in Mexico is considered a Mexican National, and foreigners who have resided in Mexico for (typically) 5+ years, and fulfil a number of requirements, can obtain Mexican Nationality. ...
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Coronavirus designation

The International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses has designated the novel coronavirus first detected in Wuhan as SARS-CoV-2, replacing its working designation of 2019-nCoV. The related respiratory ...
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"marshrutkas" tag wrongly written

As I was just looking for a marshrutka in Ukraine in noticed the tag: It's a Russian word commonly used in all countries of the former ...
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A broad question about identity card tags

Our primary identity card tag is identity-cards. I had a hard time finding it because I typed id-card. Could we add id-card as a synonym? Maybe state-id too? The EU specific tag is eu-id-card. It ...
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Inconsistent tag naming for insurance

There is inconsistent tag naming between insurance and travel-insurance-claim. Travel-insurance is a synonym of insurance but travel-insurance-claim doesn’t have an insurance-claim synonym. We need ...
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Renaming the tag "schengen-visa" to "schengen-visas"

Currently the tag is named schengen-visa but all (most) of the other visa tags are named visas. Shouldn't the Schengen Visas tag be named schengen-visas?
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