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العربية: شعار الصومال
Esperanto: Blazono de Somalio
Українська: Герб Сомалі
Volapük: Sköt Somaläna
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Author Thommy

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Somalia inherited the UK Copyright Act 1911, but replaced it with Law No. 66 of 7 September 1977. The new law was based on the 1976 Tunis Model Copyright Law and gave a general term of 30 p.m.a. for works. It however also had a highly prescriptive registration requirement to obtain copyright protection, and no Copyright Registration Office currently exists (if it ever did).
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Sweswinyana14:39, 14 Khotavuxika 2017Xifaniso lexi tsongahatiweke kusukela hi 14:39, 14 Khotavuxika 20171,240 × 1,000 (375 KB)Squiresy92Improved details.
00:45, 30 Nyenyankulu 2013Xifaniso lexi tsongahatiweke kusukela hi 00:45, 30 Nyenyankulu 20131,240 × 1,000 (208 KB)Thommy9minor fixes
16:39, 29 Nyenyankulu 2013Xifaniso lexi tsongahatiweke kusukela hi 16:39, 29 Nyenyankulu 20131,240 × 1,002 (208 KB)Fry1989colours a bit more like contemporary sources
00:57, 29 Nyenyankulu 2013Xifaniso lexi tsongahatiweke kusukela hi 00:57, 29 Nyenyankulu 20131,240 × 1,000 (208 KB)Thommy9User created page with UploadWizard
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