Wallis and Futuna Islands
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Wal·lis and Fu·tu·na Islands(wŏl′ĭs; fo͞o-to͞o′nə)
A French overseas territory consisting of two groups of islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean west of Samoa and northeast of Fiji. Controlled by the French from 1842, the islands became an overseas territory in 1961.
Wallis and Futuna Islands(ˈwɒlɪs; fuːˈtjuːnə)
(Placename) a French overseas territory in the SW Pacific, west of Samoa. Capital: Mata-Utu. Pop: 15 507 (2013 est). Area: 367 sq km (143 sq miles)