I've added 2011 census data from source . Source  includes something called "Location" in all of its lists of districts. No map shows a district called "Location." Source , p. 1, says"The Nauru Phosphate Corporation‘s main office is based in the district of Aiwo, which explains the Location settlement being located in Denigomodu, the neighbouring district of Aiwo." I conclude that "Location" is a populated place, not an administrative division, and lies within Denigomodu district, so I combined the populations on those two lines.
ISO 3166-2 Newsletter I-8, published on 2007-04-17, has new ISO district codes for Nauru. They are shown in the table below. They replace codes from a draft version, ISO/DIS 2166-2, which had not been supported.
|Language||Nauru (na),English (en)|
Initially a German possession, Nauru was occupied by Australia in 1914-11. The League of Nations mandated it to the British Empire on 1920-12-17. Nauru was occupied by Japan during World War II. The United Nations extended the League of Nations mandate as a trusteeship of Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom on 1947-11-01. Nauru became independent in 1968.
Nauru is divided into fourteen districts.
Nauru consists of just a single island.
The UN LOCODE page for Nauru lists locations in the country, some of them with their latitudes and longitudes, some with their ISO 3166-2 codes for their subdivisions. This information can be put together to approximate the territorial extent of subdivisions.
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