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a day for celebrating the founding of the United Nations

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The Law of 24 October 2016 was officially published in Russian on the National Legal Internet Portal of the Republic of Belarus on 1 November 2016, and its main provisions enter into force in six months after the official publication.
24 October has been celebrated as United Nations Day since 1948.
OnePass members will continue to earn miles on SkyTeam alliance airlines flights until 24 October 2009.
RELM Wireless Corporation (Amex:RWC), a two-way communications equipment manufacturer, announced on 24 October the introduction of the KNG P400 digital UHF radio designed for professional applications.
The EU and Pakistan reached, on 24 October in Brussels, a horizontal air services agreement.
Further to its announcement on 24 October, following consideration of the terms of the revised proposal received from Randgold Resources Limited ("Randgold") (the "Revised Randgold Proposal"), the board of Ashanti Goldfields Company Limited ("Ashanti") has today resolved unanimously* to continue to recommend the revised merger proposal from AngloGold Limited ("AngloGold") announced on 14 October (the "Revised AngloGold Proposal").
24 October 2011 - Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) today assigned preliminary A+ rating to the shelf registration of Mitsui Chemicals Inc (TYO:4183).
Travel can take place between now and 24 October 2009.
Apago Inc, a software company that publishes digital document software, announced on 24 October that Yell Adworks, an on-line classified directories service, has acquired 21 additional licenses for Adago's PSServices component-based PostScript and PDF interpreter.
The offer closed at 17:00 hours (London Time) today 24 October 2003.
UK-based airline bmi has announced an air fare sale that will last from 8 August through to 23 August for travel on 24 October through to 18 December and 24 December through 25 February.