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Perth, Western Australia, Australia   26.51% (22)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia   26.51% (22)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia   26.51% (22)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia   26.51% (22)
Alberta, Alberta, Canada   19.28% (16)
War I, Gujarat, India   18.07% (15)
Sacramento, California, United States   14.46% (12)
Los Angeles, California, United States   13.25% (11)
Dems, Jammu And Kashmir, India   12.05% (10)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   10.84% (9)
Hamas, Turkey (General), Turkey   10.84% (9)
San Diego, California, United States   8.43% (7)
Berkeley, California, United States   7.23% (6)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India   7.23% (6)
Quebec, Quebec, Canada   7.23% (6)
Santa Monica, California, United States   6.02% (5)
October, Al Jizah, Egypt   6.02% (5)
San Francisco, California, United States   6.02% (5)
Gaza, 0, Israel   4.82% (4)
White House, District Of Columbia, United States   4.82% (4)
Oakland, California, United States   4.82% (4)
Beijing, Beijing, China   3.61% (3)
British Columbia, British Columbia, Canada   3.61% (3)
Bombay, Maharashtra, India   3.61% (3)
Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico   3.61% (3)
B I, Tyva, Russia   3.61% (3)
Claremont, California, United States   2.41% (2)
Kerala, Kerala, India   2.41% (2)
Ventura, California, United States   2.41% (2)
Bloomfield, Virginia, United States   2.41% (2)
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