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Islam in Kosovo

Islam in Kosovo has a long-standing tradition dating back to the Ottoman conquest of the Balkans, including Kosovo. Before the Battle of Kosovo in 1389, the entire Balkan region had ...

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Kosovo

Kosovo is a partially-recognized state in Southeastern Europe, subject to a territorial dispute with the Republic of Serbia. Defined in an area of 10,887 square kilometres (4,203 sq mi), Kosovo ...

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Government of Kosovo

Kosovo is a multi-party parliamentary representative democratic republic. It is governed by legislative, executive and judicial institutions which derive from the constitution, although until the Brussels Agreement, North Kosovo was ...

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Law of Kosovo and EULEX

The judicial system of Kosovo is a civil law system divided between courts with regular civil and criminal jurisdiction and administrative courts with jurisdiction over litigation between individuals and the ...

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Biodiversity and Protected areas of Kosovo

Located strategically in Southeastern Europe, Kosovo receives species from Europe and Eurasia. Forests are widespread in Kosovo and cover at least 39% of the region. Phytogeographically, it straddles the Illyrian ...

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Transport in Kosovo

Currently, there are two main motorways in Kosovo: the R7 connecting Kosovo with Albania and the R6 connecting Pristina with the Macedonian border at Elez Han. The construction of the ...

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Education in Kosovo

Education for primary, secondary, and tertiary levels is predominantly public and supported by the state, run by the Ministry of Education. Education takes place in two main stages: primary and ...

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Religion in Kosovo

Kosovo is a secular state with no state religion; freedom of belief, conscience and religion is explicitly guaranteed in the Constitution of Kosovo. The society of Kosovo is strongly secularised ...

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Agriculture of Mali

Mali’s key industry is agriculture. Cotton is the country’s largest crop export and is exported west throughout Senegal and Ivory Coast. During 2002, 620,000 tons of cotton were produced in ...

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Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mkhaitir

Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mkhaitir is a Mauritanian blogger and political prisoner. He was sentenced to death after he wrote an article critical of Islam and the caste system in Mauritania. ...

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