July 23, 2011

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July 23, 2011

Holidays

Alpenfest (Third week in July)


Baths of Caracalla (First week in July to second week in August)

Central Maine Egg Festival (Fourth Saturday in July)

Dog Days (July 3-August 11)


Golden Days (Third week in July)


Kaustinen Folk Music Festival (Third week in July)

Kinderzeche (Third full week in July)

La Guelaguetza (Two consecutive Mondays after July 16)

Nomaoi Matsuri (July 23-25)

Osorezan Taisai (July 20-24)

Rondo Days Celebration (Third week of July)

Swan Upping (Third week in July)

Virginia Scottish Games (Fourth weekend in July)

Warei Taisai (July 22-24)

Wild Horse Festival (July 22-25)

Legal Holidays by Countries

Remembrance DayPapua New Guinea
Renaissance DayOman
Revolution DayEgypt
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WASHINGTON, Sha'ban 22, 1432, Jul 23, 2011, SPA -- Congressional leaders aim to present a deficit reduction package to lawmakers by Monday and want to show progress on a deal before Asian financial markets open for business, a Republican aide said on Saturday, according to Reuters.
RIGA, Sha'ban 22, 1432, Jul 23, 2011, SPA -- Latvians on Saturday overwhelmingly voted in favour of dissolving parliament in a referendum called to combat the power of oligarch businessmen, early results of the poll showed, according to Reuters.
EDREMIT, Jul 23, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Deputy Premier Bulent Arinc said on Friday that a potential global economic crisis would not affect Turkey thanks to the country's strong and dynamic economy.
WASHINGTON, Sha'ban 22, 1432, Jul 23, 2011, SPA -- Retired General John Shalikashvili, a former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the 1990s, has died, CNN reported on Saturday, according to Reuters.
ISTANBUL, Jul 23, 2011 (TUR) -- The top 10 shares in terms of value gained and lost on daily-basis on Friday at the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE) are as follows:
RIGA, Latvia, Sha'ban 22, 1432, Jul 23, 2011, SPA -- Early returns from a national election in Latvia indicate that a majority is likely to approve the dissolution of Parliament in an attempt to stem rampant corruption between politicians and business, according to AP.
ISTANBUL, Jul 23, 2011 (TUR) -- The Istanbul Gold Exchange (IAB) index up on Friday as gold traded at 87,100 Turkish liras a kilo, another record for the market, and at 1,602.
DENIZLI, Jul 23, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Central Bank governor said that Turkish economy was definitely better now than the past in regard to financial stability and growth.
SAMSUN, Jul 23, 2011 (TUR) -- A ground-breaking ceremony was held Friday in northern Ordu province to give start to the construction of Ordu-Giresun (OR-GI) Airport, Turkey's first airport to be built on the sea.
PARIS, Sha'ban 22, 1432, Jul 23, 2011, SPA -- President Nicolas Sarkozy's approval rating continued to rebound ahead of a 2012 election, a new poll found on Saturday, vaulting France's centre-right leader to his highest popularity rating since last August, according to Reuters.
ISTANBUL, Jul 23, 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Football Federation (TFF) said on Friday that postponement of Super Cup final would not affect timetable of Spor Toto Super League.
New York, Sha'ban 22, 1432, Jul 23, 2011, SPA -- The 15-country United Nations Security Council on Saturday condemned "in the strongest terms" the bombing and shooting incidents that killed at least 92 in Norway, according to dpa.