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Taiwan

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25 October, 1945 - Present
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2:3

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Unknown

Tajikistan

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24 November, 1992 - Present
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Ratio

1:2

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Unknown

Tanzania

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30 June, 1964 - Present
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Ratio

2:3

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Unknown

Thailand

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28 September, 1917 - Present
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Ratio

2:3

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Unknown

Timor-Leste

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19 May, 2002 - Present
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Ratio

1:2

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Unknown

Togo

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27 April, 1960 - Present
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Ratio

1:1.62

Designer

Paul Ahyi

Tonga

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04 November, 1875 - Present
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1:2

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Unknown

Trinidad And Tobago

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31 August, 1962 - Present
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Ratio

3:5

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Unknown

Tunisia

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1831 - Present
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2:3

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Unknown

Turkey

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29 May, 1936 - Present
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2:3

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Unknown

Tuvalu

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11 April, 1997 - Present
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1:2

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Unknown

After losing a vote of no-confidence in parliament, Prime Minister Kamuta Latasi was forced out of office and was replaced by former-and-interim leader Prime Minister Bikenibeu Paeniu who restored the flag to the 1978 version with nine stars. Paenlu was quoted as saying, "The flag was through a competition, and again the Parliament of Tuvalu chose it, under the leadership of our first Prime Minister who still is alive, the Right Honourable Sir Toaripi Lauti. That flag was the choice of the peo... Read More