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Somalia celebrates Anniversary of the Coup

Anniversary of the Coup is a public holiday in Somalia

Anniversary of the Coup: October 21-22

The Anniversary of the Coup is a public holiday in Somalia.

On October 21, Somalis remember the Coup D’état of 1969 that installed in power General Siad Barre and brought an abrupt end to the process of party-based constitutional democracy in Somalia.

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Guatemala observes Revolutionary Day

Revolution Day is a public holiday in Guatemala.

Revolution Day: October 20

Revolution Day is a public holiday in Guatemala.

This public holiday commemorates the almost bloodless democratic revolution of 1944 when discontented university and military leaders overthrew the military dictator Jorge Ubico y Castaneda.
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Kenya marks Kenyatta Day

Kenyatta Day is a public holiday in Kenya.

Kenyatta Day: October 20

Kenyatta Day is a public holiday in Kenya.

During this day Kenyans celebrate the memory of Jomo Kenyatta, considered the founding father of the nation of Kenya, as well as all the freedom fighters of their country. He was a visionary leader, brave and intelligent man who led Kenyans through their fights against British colonialist. These efforts led to a free and independent Kenya.
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Albania rejoices Mother Teresa Day

Mother Teresa Day is a public holiday in Albania.

Mother Teresa Day: October 19

Mother Teresa Day is a public holiday in Albania.

Mother Teresa Day (Dita e Nënë Terezës, in Albaninan), is celebrated every year on October 19 and is a public holiday in Albania. When mother Teresa was asked about her citizenship she replied: “By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun.”

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Azerbaijan Independence Day

Independence Day in Azerbaijan is a public holiday.

Azerbaijan Independence Day: October 18

Azerbaijan Celebrates Independence Day as a national holiday.

Azerbaijan celebrates October 18 as the Independence Day after regaining it when the USSR fell. Thanks to the collapse of Soviet Union, the Azerbaijan people finally gained their independence for the second time in the 20th century.

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