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  1. Le Lesotho (en forme longue le royaume du Lesotho, en sotho du Sud Muso oa Lesotho et en anglais Kingdom of Lesotho) est un État d'Afrique australe, montagneux et sans accès à la mer, entièrement enclavé dans le territoire de l'Afrique du Sud, dont il est économiquement dépendant.

  2. Moshoeshoe I International Airport (IATA: MSU, ICAO: FXMM) is an airport serving Maseru, the capital city of Lesotho. The airport is named in honor of Moshoeshoe I, king of Lesotho in the 1850s. It is in the town of Mazenod, 18 km (11 mi) southeast of downtown Maseru.

  3. The Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) is an ongoing water supply project with a hydropower component, developed in partnership between the governments of Lesotho and South Africa. It comprises a system of several large dams and tunnels throughout Lesotho and delivers water to the Vaal River System in South Africa .

  4. This is a list of the top three to five major lakes per region, with links to more detailed region lists of lakes. A "major" lake is defined as that which is the largest by area, depth, volume, or cultural and/or environmental significance.

  5. Adult HIV prevalence exceeds 15% in Eswatini, Botswana, and Lesotho, while an additional six countries report adult HIV prevalence of at least 10%. Outside Africa, the highest prevalence rate is found in the Bahamas (3.3%).

  6. Lesotho: Male legal since 2012 Female always legal: May possibly change gender under the National Identity Cards Act 9 of 2011: Malawi: Illegal since 1891 (as British Central Africa Protectorate) Penalty: Up to 14 years imprisonment, with or without corporal punishment for men up to 5 years imprisonment for women (repeal proposed)

  7. School uniform is a practice that dates to the 16th century in England. Charity schools such Christ's Hospital, founded in 1552 in London, were among the first schools to use a uniform for their students.

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