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Kosovo (Albanian: Kosovë nai to Kosova; Serbian Cyrillic: Косово; Serbian Latin: Kosovo), Balkans ke ek des hae.

Pahile je jamana me ii Dardani ke ek hissa rahaa, aur Roman, Byzantine, Bulgarian, Serbian and Ottoman Empires, tab Kingdom of Serbia, Italian Empire aaur Yugoslavia ke niche rahaa. 1999 me NATO ke bombing ke baad ii territory United Nations (UNMIK) ke administration ke niche aais.

The Assembly of Kosovo declared indepedence in February 2008. This is disputed by Serbia, and most other states. Serbia still sees the territory as Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija (Template:Lang-sr).

To the north and east of Kosovo is the rest of Serbia. To the south of Kosovo is the Republic of Macedonia. To the west of Kosovo are the Albania and Montenegro. The capital is Prishtina. Prishtina is also Kosovo's largest city. About two million people live in Kosovo. A majority of them are of Albanian origin, but there are also Serbs living in the most northern part of Kosovo.

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  • R. Petrović, M. Blagojević, The Migration of the Serbs and Montenegrins from Kosovo and Metohija, SASA, Belgrade 1992,
  • Dušan T. Bataković, Kosovo. La spirale de la haine, L'Age d'Homme, Lausanne 1998.
  • Kosovo-Kosova. Confrontation or Coexistence, Nijmegen: University of Nijmegen & Political Cultural Centre 042 1996.
  • Kosovo. Avoiding Another Balkan War,Thanos Veremis & Evangelos Kofos, (eds.), Athens:Eliamep & University of Athens, 1998.
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