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  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : African Union   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The African Union was launched in Durban on July 9, 2002, by its first president, South African Thabo Mbeki, at the first session of the Assembly of the African Union.
The emblem of the African Union consists of a gold ribbon bearing small interlocking red rings, from which palm leaves shoot up around an outer gold circle and an inner green circle, within which is a gold representation of Africa.
The flag of the African Union bears a broad green horizontal stripe, a narrow band of gold, the emblem of the African Union at the centre of a broad white stripe, another narrow gold band and a final broad green stripe.
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 Central African Republic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Central African Republic (French: République Centrafricaine /ʀepyblik sɑ̃tʀafʀikɛn/ or Centrafrique /sɑ̃tʀafʀik/) is a landlocked country in central Africa.
European penetration of Central African territory began in the late nineteenth century during the Scramble for Africa (c.
The Central African Republic is divided into 14 administrative prefectures (préfectures), along with 2 economic prefectures (préfectures economique) and one autonomous commune.
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 Union of African States   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In May 1959 it was announced that the union would be renamed Union of African States with a flag like that of Ghana "with as many fl stars as there were members".
Fachinger's flag with two stars is the proposed flag of the union between Ghana and Guinea of 1958 and not of the union of 1961.
The union flag was to be the flag of Ghana with as many stars as there are members in that union.
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 Flags HQ : African Flag
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 american confederate flag history   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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 American Flag - welcome to African American Flag   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The United States Of America is rooted in diversity. This flag reflects the diaspora of the Black African in America today. The intent is not to replace or change any existing flags or opinions of these flags. But to present a copulation of the two flags. This is a creative concept for commercial purposes only.
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