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Au­gust 28, 2007

Ab­dul­lah Gul was elected as the pres­i­dent of Tur­ley in Au­gust 28, 2007.

Au­gust 29, 1966

-The Egyp­tian au­thor, ed­u­ca­tor, Is­lamic the­o­rist, poet, and the lead­ing mem­ber of the Egyp­tian Mus­lim Brother­hood, Sayd Qutib, was hanged in Au­gust 29, 1966.

-French Bay­ern Mu­nich mid­fielder Franck Ribéry was named Best Player in Europe for the 2012-13 Sea­son by UEFA, ahead of Lionel Messi and Cris­tiano Ron­aldo.

Au­gust 30, 2005

The con­tem­po­rary Kur­dish poet, writer, trans­la­tor, and the Mufti of Iraq Mala Ab­dul Karim Mu­dar­ris, known as Nami, died in Au­gust 30, 2005.

Au­gust 31, 2007

Amer­i­can Univer­sity in Su­laimaniya City was opened in a cer­e­mony held in Au­gust 31, 2007.

Septem­ber 1, 1980

-The first is­sue of “Barzan News­pa­per” was pub­lished in Septem­ber 1, 1980 in the United States of Amer­ica.

-The first Iraq Cab­i­net headed by Ayad Alawi, was an­nounced in Septem­ber 1, 2003, after top­ping down Sad­dam Hus­sein, for­mer Iraqi Pres­i­dent.

Septem­ber 2, 2008

The Vice of Rus­sia Ra­dio trans­mit­ted pro­grams in Kur­dish lan­guage for the first time in Septem­ber 2, 2008.

Septem­ber 3, 1996

The Iraqi Kur­dis­tan Par­lia­ment held a ses­sion in a mosque in Shaqlawa town in Septem­ber 3, 1996.

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