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  • {{Articles on third-level administrative divisions of countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Panama]]
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  • {{Articles on third-level administrative divisions of countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Chad]]
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  • {{Africa administrative divisions second level}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Djibouti]]
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  • '''[[Guinea]]''' is divided into 8 administrative regions which are further subdivided into 34 [[Prefectures of Guinea|prefec {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}}
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  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Swaziland]]
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  • ''Postos administrativos'' (administrative posts) are the main subdivisions of [[Districts of Mozambique|districts]]. This name, in use during colonial Administrative posts are headed by a ''Secretário'' (secretary), which before independenc
    1 KB (160 words) - 22:30, 15 April 2011
  • ...greater authority to local governments and Municipalities -- following an administrative reorganisation begun in 2002.<ref>[http://www.minaloc.gov.rw/spip.php?artic [[Category:Subdivisions of Rwanda]]
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  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Togo]]
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  • {{Africa administrative divisions second level}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Sierra Leone]]
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  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}}<br /> [[Category:Subdivisions of Sierra Leone]]
    1 KB (165 words) - 22:40, 15 April 2011
  • {{Administrative divisions of The Gambia}} {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}}
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  • ...s''' {{lang-ar|مؤتمر شعبي أساسي}} (Mu'tamar shaʿbi asāsi ) is the smallest administrative subdivision in [[Libya]]. The [[Basic Peoples Congress (political)|politica * Law, Gwillim (1999) "Libya" ''Administrative subdivisions of countries'' McFarland, Jefferson, North Carolina, p.&nbsp;219, ISBN 0-78
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  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Mozambique]]
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  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Ghana]]
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  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Burundi]]
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  • ...wo [[Provinces of São Tomé and Príncipe|provinces]] are divided into seven administrative districts. Six are located on the main island of São Tomé while one (Pagu {{Africa administrative divisions second level}}
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  • [[Category:Subdivisions of Uganda]] [[Category:Country subdivisions of Africa|Uganda 3]]
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  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Gabon]]
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  • ...The other 7 regions are further subdivided into 33 [[prefecture]]s. These subdivisions are listed below: {{Africa administrative divisions second level}}
    2 KB (272 words) - 22:29, 15 April 2011
  • {{Articles on first-level administrative divisions of African countries}} [[Category:Subdivisions of Djibouti]]
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