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a Serbian province in southern Serbia and Montenegro populated predominantly by Albanians

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Parimi i sovranietit shteteror dhe e drejta per vetevendosje: Ceshtja e Kosoves.
For a review of the politicization debate, see the Albanian edition of the investigative television show Jeta ne Kosove, "The Influence of SHIK Security Services on Kosovo's Justice System," 9 May 2011, www.
Kosove and Johnson added that they be would be honored, and they were hopeful that Ford will be part of their project.
2003) Vecori te mineralizimit polimetalor ne vendburimin Melenica, Kosove.
The list included thirty sites altogether in the following fourteen locations: Prizren, Rahovec, Gjakova, Skenderaj, Peja, Ferizaj, Kamenica, Shtime, Pristina, Fusbe Kosove, Vushtrri, Obiliq, Mitrovica, and Podujevo.
The situation in the villages is one that has become grimly familiar since NATO troops moved into Kosove following the months of Serb occupation and ethnic cleansing.
The report further said that there were 300 prisoners in Burrel prison and prisoners were held in Turovic, Kosove and Tirana prisons.
Kosove ("The Blind Side") are the producers, with John Starke, Ed McDonnell, Stephen Levinson, Robyn Meisinger and Mark Wahlberg serving as executive producers.
Prequalification are invited for Consultancy Services to prepare the Project documentation for the rehabilitation of the central section of the Railway Route 10 (Fushe Kosove Mitrovice) in accordance with European Technical Specification for Interoperability (TSI), AGC, AGTC and the SEECP Agreement
Bureau agents visited the production finance company Alcon Entertainment last week to talk to CEO Andrew Kosove, who was sent the DVD that made its way online.
Kosove, Broderick Johnson, John Baldecchi, David Valdes, Christopher Taylor, Kurt Wimmer.
Andrew Kosove, whose company Alcon entertainment is behind the new movie, said he has met the 73-year-old British director to talk about it.
I believe he sees an opportunity to create something that's wholly original from the first Blade Runner," the Telegraph quoted producer Andrew Kosove as telling the Los Angeles Times.
Joan Lynne Pataky Kosove notes that the English poet Thomson's poem Seasons (I 726-46) was the first to reflect the influence of the philosopher Shaftesbury.