What countries make up the West Indies?

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The Caribbean or the West Indies is a group of countries and islands in the Caribbean Sea. It is comprised of three main island groups, including the Bahamas in the north, The Greater Antilles in the centre, including the countries of Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico and the Lesser Antilles to the southeast.
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