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Why does my blog redirect to a country-specific URL? (ccTLD) - Blogger Help: "country-specific URL"

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Your blog now has different domain for every country, and an identical copy of your posts for every domain. This is how my blog appears to different visitors from different countries:

chineseaesop.blogspot.tw

chineseaesop.blogspot.se

chineseaesop.blogspot.de

chineseaesop.blogspot.com

chineseaesop.blogspot.co.uk

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