November 23, 2014

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November 23, 2014

Holidays




St. George's Day (April 23; November 23)

Umoja Karamu (Fourth Sunday in November)

Legal Holidays by Countries

GiorgobaRepublic of Georgia
Labor-Thanksgiving DayJapan
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Istanbul/Rome, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- About 300 migrants aboard a stalled boat were
Our proposal, which we will present to the Constituent Assembly, is to hold parliamentary elections on Oct 26, 2014, and for the first session of the presidential vote be held on Nov 23, 2014, and the second session on Dec 26," Chafik Sarsar, head of the country's election commission, said on Monday.
Taif, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- Winners of Souk Okaz in its eighth season will be announced tomorrow.
Madrid, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- Results and standings Spanish Primera Division (kick-off times in GMT):
OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA --Transitional leaders in Burkina Faso have agreed on a new, 25-member government to guide the country to elections next year, allocating several key Cabinet posts to the military, AP reported.
Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- The Saudi French joint military drill titled "Tiger 3" started in Tabuk today.
BANGKOK, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej met the country's prime minister and two other ministers on Sunday, helping to ease concern over his health after he was admitted to hospital last month, Reuters reported.
WINDHOEK, Namibia, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- This year, Namibia unveiled a hilltop statue of independence leader Sam Nujoma holding aloft a copy of the African country's constitution, which was amended to let him to serve three terms as president until 2005.
Moscow, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- Russian President Vladimir Putin might stand for
WASHINGTON, Safar 1, 1436, Nov 23, 2014, SPA -- President Barack Obama shrugged off criticism of his executive action on immigration with a challenge to House of Representatives Republicans: if you don't like it, do something, Reuters reported.