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  2. Morocco Category: Economy - Distribution of family income - Gini index: 40 (2005 estimate)

  3. Mauritania Category: People - Net migration rate (migrant(s)/1,000 population): NA

  4. Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas) Category: Military - Military branches: no regular military forces

  5. New Zealand Category: Geography - Natural hazards: earthquakes are common, though usually not severe; volcanic activity

Guinea-Bissau Info

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  2. Kosovo Category: Geography - Elevation extremes (m): lowest point: Drini i Bardhe/Beli Drim 297 m (located on the border with Albania); highest point: Gjeravica/Deravica 2,565 m

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Guinea-Bissau Facts Info Stuff (GW):

Guinea-Bissau Latitude Facts: 11.85 and Guinea-Bissau Longitude Facts: -15.58

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Guinea-Bissau Regions are: Bissau

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  1. Serbia Category: Communications - Telephone system: general assessment: modernization of the telecommunications network has been slow as a result of damage stemming from the 1999 war and transition to a competitive market-based system; network was only 65% digitalized in 2005; domestic: teledensity remains below the average for neighboring states; GSM wireless service, available through multiple providers with national coverage, is growing very rapidly; best telecommunications service limited to urban centers; international: country code - 381

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Source: CIA - The World Factbook