US President Donald Trump appeared to make an embarrassing geography gaffe when he shared a map showing the locations of his first foreign trip last month. On the map, the countries which Trump was visiting were outlined in white - but there was a surprising addition within Italy's borders. Corsica appeared to have been labelled part of Italy. In fact, the Mediterranean island, which lies north of Sardinia, hasn't been part of Italy since the 18th century, when it was ruled by the Republic of Genoa.
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