- English: Coat of arms of Somalia
- Esperanto: Blazono de Somalio
- Italiano: Stemma della Somalia
- Magyar: Szomália címere
- Soomaaliga: Astaannta Qaranka ee Soomaaliya
- Українська: Герб Сомалі
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Somalia has no known intellectual property law.