Popular Category:CS1 foreign language sources

This is a tracking category for CS1 citations that use the parameter |language=ISO639-1 code to identify foreign language sources. This category should not contain individual pages. Pages in the subcategories should only be added to them by CS1 templates and Module:Citation/CS1. Subcategories in this category are ordered by ISO639-1 two character language codes.

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This category has the following 184 subcategories, out of 184 total.

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