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Djibouti Flag

During the 19th century, France occupied and unified small states on the African coast at the southern end of the Red Sea. Known as the Coast of the Somalis and later as the French Territory of the Afars and the Issas, this country finally became independent as the Republic of Djibouti. The national flag was hoisted on Independence Day, 27th June 1977.

The basic design was originally created as a party flag for the People's African League for Independence. The triangle is the symbol of equality, the colour white a symbol of peace. The red star recalls the struggle for independence and unity. The stripes refer to the two main population groups of the territory, the Afars are Muslims, indicated by the green stripe, the colour of Islam, and the Issas are Somali, represented by the light blue stripe, the colour used on the Somali flag.

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