Hosts List n' Country name

I have a list of URL terminations n the respectives countrues... for exemple:
.co.uk United kingdom
.ch chile
.com International
etc...
and a list of valid urls...:
blablabla.com.ar Text1 text2
blablabla.co.uk Text1 text2

the script will do this:
I execute the command: perl script.pl Text1(to find) URLS.txt
will create a file called Text1.txt(the text1 that is in the url line) and write into the blablabla.com.ar and the blablabla.co.uk. and the name of the country. Ex:
Text1.txt:
blablabla.com.ar Argentina
blablabla.co.uk United Kingdom

Tnx!
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ozoCommented:
#!/usr/bin/perl
use strict;
my($text,$urls) = @ARGV;
open URLS,"<$urls" or die "Can't read $urls $!";
my %TLD;
while( <URLS> ){
    next unless my($TLD,$country) = /(\.[^.]+?)\s+(.*)/;
     $TLD{$TLD} = $country;
}
open TEXT,"<$text" or die "Can't read $text $!";
while( <TEXT> ){
    next unless my($URL,$TLD,$file) = /(\S*(\.[^.]+?))\s+(\S+)/;
    open FILE,">>$file.txt" or die "Can't append to $file.txt $!";
    print FILE "$URL ".($TLD{$TLD}||"Unrecognized Top Level Domain")."\n";
    close FILE;
}
     
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